Administrative Hurdles for Investors in Slovenia to be Removed

Four experts of the Foreign Investment Advisory Service (FIAS) at the World Bank in Washington, who paid a two-week visit to Slovenia in December, examined Slovene acts and other regulations in the field of investments, and studied their implementation. FIAS is expected to draw up a report on the basis of gathered information and documents, the draft of which will be submitted to the Slovene government at the end of February, the Slovene Finance Ministry reported on Wednesday.

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