The Slovenia Times

What should be on the priority list of the new government?


One of the reasons for this is that Slovenia has, in comparison to the rest of Europe, one of the strictest and employee-friendly labour laws, whereby the termination of employees becomes excessively difficult and will often result in labour court proceedings.

Similarly, the lack of support by public institutions when it comes to concerns of foreign investors, the very steep progression in income tax, and crime and corruption hold some financiers back from investing in Slovenia.

Therefore, if the new government wants to strengthen Slovenia as a business location they will need to increase the flexibility of labour laws, raise the level of support of public institutions toward foreign investors, simplify the tax system and continue to pursue crime and corruption.


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