Spending for social protection up 9.2% in 2020 to EUR 11.7bn

Ljubljana – Some EUR 11.7 billion was earmarked for social protection programmes in Slovenia in 2020, which is 9.2% more than in 2019, with most of it being allocated for old age- and illness-related programmes and healthcare. Social protection accounted for a quarter of the country’s GDP in 2020, or 2.8 percentage points more than the year before. Almost 10% of Slovenia’s GDP or 0.9 of a percentage point more than in 2019 was allocated for old age-related programmes, and 8.1% of GDP or 0.7 of a percentage point more…

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