Slovenia Has Got a Good Chance of Attracting Foreign Investments, but Some Changes are Required First
Ljubljana, 7 December - Slovenia has good a good chance to attract foreign direct investments (FDI) because it has a number of advantages in comparison with other countries. Nevertheless, its priority tasks should be to facilitate the access of foreign investors to the pieces of land on which business facilities can be constructed, to increase the role of FDI in privatisation and the post-privatisation process, chiefly when it comes to infrastructure, and to do away with the haziness of the legislation pertaining to FDI. These are some of the findings of a research project Stimulating Foreign Direct Investments in Slovenia for which the Slovene Ministry of Economic Relations and Development and the Office for Economic Promotion and Foreign Investments commissioned the Foreign Investment Advising Service (FIAS).
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