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- We expect the eurozone economy to slow further in 2020 to 1.1% growth, down slightly from 1.2% in 2019, on the back of weaker external demand.
- German Bund yields are set to remain in negative territory until 2022 given the secular stagnation in the eurozone and the ECB's monetary policy, which exacerbates the shortage of what investors consider safe assets.
- Parallel reduction in private- and public-sector debt since the eurozone crisis has been a key reason for weaker potential growth, but now that government yields are significantly below GDP growth, fiscal policy should come to the rescue.

Slovenia would like to organise EU-W Balkans and resilience summits

Brussels - During its EU presidency in the second half of the year, Slovenia would like to organise an EU-Western Balkans summit and an...

New rules for non-EU students in Slovenia raising dust

Ljubljana - Non-EU students who want to study in Slovenia must prove they have EUR 5,000 per academic year available to obtain a temporary...

Janez Poklukar appointed new health minister

Ljubljana - Janez Poklukar, a 42-year-old doctor-turned health manager who has been leading Slovenia's largest medical centre through the biggest ever health crisis, was...

Slovenian, US police prevent planned mass shootings in Gorenjska

Ljubljana - The Kranj Police Department said on Wednesday that Slovenian and US law enforcement authorities had prevented planned mass shootings with firearms in...

Negative rapid test sufficient to enter Slovenia as of Monday

Ljubljana - The government has changed the decree on the conditions for entering Slovenia to recognise a negative rapid antigen test in addition to...

EUR 243 million stimulus package for tourism confirmed

Ljubljana - The government has passed an emergency law to help the embattled tourism sector. The package is worth EUR 243.5 million, with new...

Quarantine rules for arrivals from red-listed countries to change on Saturday

Ljubljana - People who come to Slovenia from countries and areas listed as red and dark red but show proof that they have been...

Travel throughout country and limited gatherings allowed, shops open

Ljubljana - Bans on gatherings and travel between municipalities and regions have been lifted as movement throughout the country and gatherings of up to...

Choice of Covid vaccines on offer across country

Ljubljana/Maribor/Koper - As Covid-19 vaccine supply in Slovenia has outstripped demand, it is now possible to choose between different jabs while the government is...
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