Growth of foreign direct investments slowed down last year
Ljubljana, 13 February - The volume of foreign direct investments (FDI) in Slovenia was up by EUR 632m last year, which is almost half of the figure in the year before, with a majority of the increase relating to equity capital and reinvested profit, show data from the Banka Slovenije central bank.
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