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Sloveina's Minister Erjavec visited the 46th International Trade and Business Fair in Celje. He addressed a round table on economic diplomacy services for businesses, organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the Economic Diplomacy Day. He spoke reassuringly of the Ministry's continued assistance and support to Slovenian companies in foreign markets despite the limited financial resources.
Current economic forecasts for Slovenia are still not optimal. This is precisely why additional efforts have to be invested in increasing exports also to the markets beyond the former Yugoslavia and the European Union, and in raising Slovenia's visibility as an attractive location for foreign investment. "The government is well aware of the obstacles that foreign investors face in Slovenia and will do everything in its power to improve the business environment and open the country to foreign investments," Minister Erjavec underlined.
"The objective of Slovenian economic diplomacy is the further internationalisation of companies," he said, stressing the importance of the government programme, which defined the target markets where we seek to enhance our economic activity. Apart from Turkey, which is in the spotlight at this year's fair, the EU and the Western Balkan countries, other priority countries include Kazakhstan, Russia, Azerbaijan and India. Government
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