Slovenia Sees Biggest Rise of FDI in Four Years

Ljubljana, 15 October - Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in Slovenia saw a 10.9 percent rise in 2001, the biggest annual growth in the last four years, the Slovenian central bank said Tuesday as it presented its publication "Foreign Investments 1994-2001". Slovenian direct investments abroad also saw record growth for the last four years, increasing by 23.7 percent in 2001.

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