Almost 60% of Slovenian Foreign Investments Go to SE Europe
Celje, 12 September - Slovenia saw US$ 3.2bn of foreign investments by the end of 2001, while the investments of Slovenian companies on foreign markets amounted to about US$ 1bn by the end of last year. Most of the latter, namely 59.5 percent went to the countries of SE Europe. This was underlined by vice-president of the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Marta Kos in Thursday's debate on foreign direct investments of Slovenian companies in the countries of former Yugoslavia, which was staged as part of the ongoing 35th International Trade Fair in Celje.
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