Slovenia Expects US$ 600m of FDI This Year
Ljubljana, 25 July - Foreign direct investments (FDI) in Slovenia amounted to US$ 420 million last year, making 2001 a record-breaking year, but 2002 promises to break this record, as FDI in the first quarter alone totalled US$ 212 million, according to a news report. As the daily Delo suggests, foreigners set up few new companies, chiefly because they are mainly taking part in the privatisation of state-owned property, especially banks and telecommunications.
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