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Slovenia: State-Owned and State-Controlled Enterprises - Svetoslava Georgieva and David Marco Riquelme

Svetoslava Georgieva and David Marco Riquelme, European Commission

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This Country Focus describes the role of State-Owned and State Controlled Enterprises (SOEs) in the Slovenian economy, by analysing the financial performance of over 45 SOEs for 2011, in order to assess their impact on public finances, growth and adjustment capacity.
State ownership is still significant in Slovenia, with cross-ownership of corporates, insurance groups, banks and public funds, generating 1/6th of the value added of the economy and employing one out of eight people in the corporate sector.
(Country Focus. 3. June 2013. Brussels. PDF. 8pp. Tab. Graph. Ann. Free.)

KC-XA-13-003-EN-N (online)
ISBN 978-92-79-28434-2 (online)
ISSN 1725-8375
doi:10.2765/39242 (online)

The views expressed in the ECFIN Country Focus are those of the authors only and do not necessarily correspond to those of the Directorate-General for Economic and financial Affairs or the European Commission.

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