Foreign Exchange Inflow through Tourism Similar to Last Years'

Ljubljana, 30 July - Slovenia's foreign exchange inflow through tourism, which covered the shortfall of foreign exchange incomes from exports in the first years after Slovenia gained independence in 1991, has been on the decline since 1996. Most noted have been the reduction in exchange inflow from duty-free shops and petrol sales at gas stations. Exchange inflow from tourist agencies and hotels, on the other hand, has been increasing in the past few years, explained Majda Dekleva, independent advisor at the Association of Catering Industry and Hotel at the Slovene Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

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