Slovenia - Economy

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Toplisek, A. 2022. Slovenia - Economy. in: Europa Publications (ed.) Central and South-Eastern Europe 2023 London Routledge. pp. 1-4
AuthorsToplisek, A.
EditorsEuropa Publications
Abstract

Slovenia is a small, export-orientated economy with a population of just over 2m. people, located at a major transport crossroads, with easy access to the markets of Central and South-Eastern Europe. It was the most developed republic of Yugoslavia, accounting for gross domestic product (GDP) pe rhead twice that of most other parts of that country (except for Croatia and the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, in northern Serbia). It gained independence in 1991, experiencing an economic downturn in 1990–92 and then recovering in 1993, reaching a GDP growth rate of up to 5.4% by 1999.

KeywordsSlovenia; economics ; exports; political developments
Page range1-4
Year2022
Book titleCentral and South-Eastern Europe 2023
Book authorsEuropa Publications
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationLondon
Edition23
ISBN9781032273167
Web address (URL)https://www.routledge.com/Central-and-South-Eastern-Europe-2023/Publications/p/book/9781032273167
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Deposited23 Sep 2022
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