Slovene Tourism Lacks Stamina
Ljubljana, 19 December - Around 6.5 million overnight stays in Slovenia will be recorded by the end of 2000, which is more than in 1999, but not as much as in the record year of 1986 (nine million overnight stays) said the president of the Tourist Association of the Slovene Chamber of Commerce, Danilo Daneu, at a meeting of the executive commitee of the Slovene National Tourist Association on Tuesday. Investments in Slovene tourism are scarce, especially foreign ones, the co-operation between tourist organisations and the government is poor and a law on boosting Slovene tourism needs to be amended, was also said at the meeting.
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