Housing Fund Boss Says Slovenia in Want of Some 100,000 Flats
Ljubljana, 9 August - Slovenia is 14 percent behind the European Union considering the number of apartments, and even 20 percent behind in terms of the average size of flats. The recently-appointed chairman of the National Housing Fund Joze Novak therefore estimates that Slovenia would need an additional 100,000 or so flats.
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