Slovenian households better off in 2021

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Ljubljana – Slovenian households enjoyed a more comfortable life money-wise last year with official statistics showing the percentage of those who can make ends meet with ease rising by nine percentage points to 29%. Eight out of ten (81%) could afford a week-long holiday away from home, which could largely be attributed to tourism vouchers. According to a report released by the Statistics Office, the percentage of households that had it hard to make ends meet decreased by seven percentage points to 13% and 26% of the households surveyed said…

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