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FDI Summit

A panel debate on the competitiveness of the Slovenian economy held as part of the FDI Slovenia Summit 2023.
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Attracting and retaining the right talent is a major challenge for companies, where well-thought-out and targetted measures are needed. Meanwhile, the role of the state is to create an attractive environment by acting fast, flexibly and responsively, one of the FDI Summit debates was told on 28 Feb
Economist Mojmir Mrak discussed the challenges of the increasingly multi-polar world bearing on smaller players such as the EU in his address to the FDI Summit on 28 February. If the EU wants to keep pace with major global players, it needs to act fast as time is running out.
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Economy Minister Matjaž Han at the FDI Summit 2023.
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To attract more foreign direct investment, Slovenia needs to provide a stable and competitive regulatory framework, ensure transparency and improve human resources management where the key is to motivate manpower financially and through organisation, found a panel debate held as part of the FDI Sum
Finance Minister Klemen Boštjančič addresses the FDI Slovenia Summit 2023.
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Call for reforms at outset of FDI Summit

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Slovenia needs to realise its potential to create a friendly and stimulating work environment for a highly-skilled labour force and continue to invest in supply companies, while it also needs to implement reforms, heard the first part of the FDI Summit in Ljubljana on 28 February.
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Escalating geopolitical risks are a potential drag on economic activity. However, they have also accelerated reshoring and the green transition, creating opportunities in foreign direct investments for countries such as Slovenia. This will be one of the main topics of discussion at this year's FDI