Slovenia Allocates about EUR 410.2m of State Aids in 2001
Ljubljana, 4 July - Slovenia allocated a total of SIT 92.9bn (EUR 410.2m) of state aids in 2001, which is 2.03% of the GDP. Almost half of it went to agriculture and fisheries, which received a total of SIT 45.8bn (EUR 202.2m). The funds were up from the previous years, when the aids amounted to SIT 38.3bn (EUR 169.1m) in 2000 and SIT 26.9bn (EUR 118.7m) the year before. The most intensive increase in the last three years happened in the regional aids, which jumped almost six times since 1999, said the Finance Ministry in its fourth report on state aids discussed at Thursday's government session.
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