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Slovenia’s Expo pavilion concept gets honourable mention

Ljubljana - The concept of Slovenia's pavilion at the Expo 2021 in Dubai, created by Magnet Design, has been recognised with an honourable mention...

Proposal to tax tech giants defeated in parliament

Ljubljana - A bill sponsored by the opposition Left to levy a 7% digital services tax on multinational tech companies was defeated in the...

Slovenia close to OECD average in digital government

Ljubljana - Slovenia ranks 17th in the 2019 OECD Digital Government Index (DGI), the first OECD survey measuring the use of digital technologies and data for user-driven public services in 33 countries. With an overall score of 0.51 Slovenia is just above the OECD average of 0.50.

Survey shows companies sure work from home here to stay

Ljubljana - A survey has shown that a vast majority of Slovenian companies are considering increasing the share of work conducted from home also in the long-term, meaning in post-corona times. The poll also showed companies are more optimistic than during the spring coronavirus wave.

Business and academia demand boost in research funds

Ljubljana - Slovenia's largest business association has entered a partnership with university chancellors and independent research institutes to urge the government to use EU recovery funds to boost investment in research and development.
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Opposition in talks to form alternative government

Ljubljana - The leaders of the four centre-left opposition parties have confirmed they have launched talks to form an alternative to the Janez Janša...

Slovenia sees daily coronavirus count nearly double to 356

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Slovenian MEPs split on ambitious CO2 emissions cut

Brussels - Slovenia's eight MEPs have differing views on the European Parliament's somewhat surprising support for cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 by 60%...