Doing Business With Slovenia (Global Market Briefings Series)

Doing Business With Slovenia (Global Market Briefings Series)

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* Covers business practice and trading opportunities in Slovenia. * Includes contributions from prestigious international editorial partners from the accounting, banking and legal worlds (Deloitte & Touche, Bank Austria Creditanstalt, Groupe Coface)

* Free online access to a dedicated website that gives purchasers of the book up-to-the minute information (with a unique password for each reader).

In spite of its small population (approximately 2 million), Slovenia is one of the most prosperous, industrialized states in Europe. In 2001 its GDP per capita of US$9,451 was the largest in the Central European Region. Economic growth has held steady at the 3 per cent level and the stock of foreign direct investment (FDI), at present about US$3 billion, and has given a powerful impetus to the restructure of the enterprise sectors. Slovenia is a member of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). There are no significant issues outstanding in negotiations with the EU. In many respects, Slovenia is thebest prepared of the 11 EU accession candidates and entry is now firmly scheduled for May 2004.

"Doing Business With Slovenia" provides an authoritative appraisal of the new economic and investment climate, an up-date on market potential in the key sectors, and unique "best practice" advice on all aspects of investing in or trading with Slovenia.

The sector profiles have been commissioned from leading Slovenian corporations and government agencies. Legal topics are covered by a law firm based in Slovenia; accounting, auditing, taxation etc. by Deloitte and Touche. Groupe Coface provides an invaluable assessment of trading risk. Material for the banking and financial service sectors is provided by Bank Austria, and the Merchant International Groupcovers local corporate intelligence. The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia and the Center provide further material for International Cooperation.