Opportunities sought for renewed internationalisation after Covid

Ljubljana, 16 December - The Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, held a meeting on Friday to conclude that, after a standstill due to Covid-19, now is the time to boost cooperation and for renewed foray of businesses into foreign markets, where there are many exceptional opportunities.

Ljubljana
Aleš Cantarutti, the director general of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), speaks to the press after a session of the Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, debating the country's international economic activities planned in the first half of 2023.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon speaks to the press after a session of the Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, debating the country's international economic activities planned in the first half of 2023.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
Economy Ministry State Secretary Matevž Frangež speaks to the press after a session of the Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, debating the country's international economic activities planned in the first half of 2023.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
The Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, debating the country's international economic activities planned in the first half of 2023.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
The Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, debating the country's international economic activities planned in the first half of 2023.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

Ljubljana
The Internationalisation Council, a government advisory body, debating the country's international economic activities planned in the first half of 2023.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

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