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Business Jan 16, 2021, 12:13

Agency DBRS Morningstar confirms Slovenia's credit ratings

The Toronto-based rating agency DBRS Morningstar has confirmed Slovenia's credit rating at A (high), noting that the trend on all ratings was stable. The Finance Ministry said on Saturday this was another proof that Slovenia remained a trustworthy country despite the difficult situation.

Business Jan 15, 2021, 17:59

Petrol takes over Croatia's Crodux

Slovenia's energy company Petrol has taken over an outright stake in Croatian petroleum products seller Crodux as a result of which Petrol will acquire 91 service stations in Croatia once the deal has been cleared by regulators.

Business Jan 15, 2021, 16:08

Stock market index virtually flat in mixed trading

The SBI TOP index of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange was virtually flat at 954.23 points in Friday's mixed trading that saw the energy company Petrol as the biggest gainer (+1.5%) and the drug maker Krka notably losing 0.82%. Krka was the most coveted item, accounting for more than a third of today's total turnover of EUR 995,000.

Business Jan 15, 2021, 15:35

Adria Mobil's sales down slightly in last business year

Adria Mobil, a leading European caravan maker, was on its way to achieve one of the best results in history at the beginning of the 2019/2020 business year but this did not materialise due to the coronavirus epidemic. Nevertheless, the company still sold 14,454 products on the European markets and generated EUR 401 million in revenue.

Business Jan 15, 2021, 11:52

Strike under way at US-owned sewing threads company in Maribor

Almost all workers on the morning shift at A&E Europe, the American-owned Maribor sewing threads manufacturer, went on strike on Friday to demand better pay after talks with the management failed to make progress since a token strike in December.

Business Jan 15, 2021, 11:46

November pay rises month-on-month due to bonuses

The average gross pay in Slovenia in November stood at EUR 2,028, up by 11.4% nominally on October and a 12.3% increase in real terms, show the Statistics Office data released on Friday. The rise is mostly a result of Christmas and crisis bonuses.