Slovene Tourism to Make US$ One Billion Income in 1995?

Ljubljana, 2 July - Slovenia's tourist offer had been practically unknown to the world before 1991, when Slovenia declared independence. Until then, Slovenia was just a part of the Yugoslav tourist offer, which was mostly limited to the beaches of the Adriatic Sea. Only when Slovenia proclaimed its independence it gained the opportunity to promote its natural beauties and tourist offer. According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, which is one of the bodies responsible for the promotion of Slovene tourism, the foreign exchange income from tourism is expected to top US$ one billion for the first time in 1995.

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