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Business 12:12

Adria Mobil to resume caravan production

Caravan maker Adria Mobil is restarting its production on Tuesday after the company, one of Europe's leading caravan makers, temporarily suspended its operations in mid-March due to the coronavirus outbreak. Meanwhile, household appliance maker Gorenje remains closed.

Business Press Review 8:52

Paper calls for coronavirus exit strategy

The weekly Reporter argues in Monday's commentary that an exit strategy for the coronavirus crisis is needed if life is to return to normal since it is necessary to kick-start the economy to prevent a disaster, even famine.

Society Press Review 8:45

Delo calls for gradual relaunch of economy

Figures show Slovenians have been disciplined in the battle against coronavirus. We did not win yet but we are getting there, the newspaper Delo says in Monday's front-page commentary. Now is the time to plan a gradual relaunch of certain segments of society, the paper says.

Business Press Review 6:54

Finance hopes Slovenia preparing to draw EU funds

The business daily Finance calls on Slovenian authorities in Monday's commentary to launch preparations for the drawing of EU funds available in instruments that are not directly connected to the coronavirus crisis, many of which involve environmental investments.

Business Apr 4, 2020, 15:28

Minister says state will finance bonuses for vital staff

The bonuses for vital public sector staff envisaged by the government mega stimulus bill will be fully covered by the state, Public Administration Minister Boštjan Koritnik said on Saturday. Institutes' heads will decide on who will receive the bonus, he said.

Business Apr 4, 2020, 11:46

Ljubljana airport sees drop in cargo transport, no changes at Koper port

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, Ljubljana airport recorded a 20% drop in the amount of cargo transported in March. This is mostly the cargo transported in passenger planes, the airport operator Fraport Slovenija has said. The port of Koper was not affected in March, but the company managing the port expects a drop in the future.

Business Apr 4, 2020, 8:15

Flour, rice and pasta sell like hot cakes amid Covid-19

Sales of flour, rice and pasta rose more than four-fold in Slovenia in the week from 9 to 15 March compared to the same period last year, data by Nielsen agency shows. Cereal, canned meat, and pre-made sauces and soups recorded a growth rate of between 200% and 300%.