Slovenia - Assessment: gradual approach better than shock therapy - June 30, 2016

In an interesting assessment of the country’s 25th anniversary of Independence, a comparison is made between the economic policy in countries like Poland and the gradual approach in Slovenia. Thanks to a solid and traditional economic backbone, with an excellent infrastructure, a well-educated workforce and a strategic location between the Balkans and Western Europe, the country has one of the highest per capita GDP’s and is one of the wealthiest countries in Central Europe.

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