Complicated Property Purchase and Labour Legislation Ward Off Foreign Investors

Ljubljana, 16 May - Its geographical position provides Slovenia with great opportunities to gain foreign direct investments (FDI). But in order to really attract foreign investors, the country will have to remove administrative hurdles for FDI, established experts of the Foreign Investment Advisory Service (FIAS), which operates at the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation. According to a FIAS survey, foreign investors are most dissatisfied with the complex procedures of property purchase, which is, in addition, too expensive, and with rigid and outdated labour legislation.

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