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Overview: Slovenia


Mr Jansa's centre-right Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) had managed to put together a coalition agreement including the centre-right People's Party and New Slovenia, the centrist Civic List of Gregor Virant and the pensioners' party Desus. The five parties held 50 of the 90 parliamentary seats.  Despite Mr Jansa’s best efforts, the Fitch credit rating agency had cut Slovenia's sovereign debt rating by two notches to A because of a deterioration in the economic outlook. This meant that all the major credit agencies had cut Slovenia's rating since September 2011, not least because of the political crisis, but also the lack of reforms and the deepening euro zone debt crisis. Slovenia was rated A+ by Standard & Poor's and A1 by Moody's.

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Profile: Slovenia

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- Population,

- Education  

- Health

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- Main cities

- Languages spoken

- Media

- Economy

- Agriculture

- Industry and manufacturing

- Tourism

- Mining,

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- Time

- Geography

- Climate

- Dress codes

- Entry requirements

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- Telecommunications

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- Social customs and useful tips

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- Getting there

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Key Facts

Key Facts:

Key Facts
Official name: Republika Slovenija (Republic of Slovenia)
Head of State: President Borut Pahor (from 22 Dec 2012)
Head of government: Prime Minister Miro Cerar Stranka Mira Cerarja (SMC) (Miro Cerar Party) (since 18 September 2014)
Ruling party: After his party's surprise win with 34.7% of the vote in the 13 July 2014 snap election Mr Cerar set about forming a new coalition government on 14 July. His party, Stranka Modernega Centra (SMC) (Modern Centre party) went into coalition with Demokraticna Stranka Upokojencev Slovenije (DeSUS) (Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia), and Socialni Demokrati (SD) Social Democrats).
Area: 20,251 square km
Population: 2.06 million (2014)
Capital: Ljubljana
Official language: Slovene
Currency: Euro (€) = 100 cents (from 1 Jan 2007; previous currency tolar, locked at T239.64 per euro)
Exchange rate: €0.89 per US$ (Sep 2015)
GDP per capita: US$24,019 (2014)
GDP real growth: 2.64% (2014)
GDP: US$49.51 billion (2014)
Labour force: 921,000 (2014)*
Unemployment: 9.79% (2014)
Inflation: 0.21% (2014)
Balance of trade: US$1.73 billion (2014)
Annual FDI: US$817.99 million (2011)
* estimated figure

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