Our periodical publications will give you a good insight in economic and legal conditions in Slovenia and in foreign markets.
Doing Business in Slovenia manual provides a complete and up-to- date overview of the legal, economic and business environments in Slovenia. More
The ‘Mednarodno poslovno pravo’ magazine offers Slovenian companies information on legal terms and business conditions in foreign markets. More
On request, we prepare analyses of legal and business conditions in Slovenia and abroad. More
Doing Business in Slovenia
The Doing Business in Slovenia manual presents the current Slovenian business legislation, business environment and practical conditions for performing business in Slovenia in a structured and comprehensible manner.
It is divided into 12 chapters and more than 200 subchapters providing practical information about the export-import regime and foreign investment regime, the securities market, public purchasing and concessions, establishing companies and subsidiaries, labour legislation, the tax regime and accounting requirements as well as other conditions for performing business in Slovenia. The manual also presents economic trends and provides a list of relevant laws and useful contacts in Slovenia. 120 pages, English. Price: EUR 54
Price: 54 €
Legal analyses and bussines environment analyses
We monitor all amendments to Slovenian business legislation relevant to foreign businesspeople and interpret the laws in terms of their practical application.
On request, we prepare tailored analyses of the legal and business environments in a selected area of operations in Slovenia.
We also offer analyses of legal and business environments in foreign markets as well as comparative analyses of selected markets.
Legal analyses include analyses of foreign-exchange and foreign-trade regime, foreign direct investment, the securities market, the establishment and operation of companies, public purchasing and concessions, employment of foreigners, the tax regime and other specific issues.
Business environment analyses include analyses of the legal regulation of a selected industry, permits and restrictions, trade barriers, the business environment in practice and much more.
The Slovenian Business Portal was established by the CMSR as the World Bank’s authorised content provider for Slovenia.
The Slovenian Business Portal is a single entry point for information on the conditions for performing business in Slovenia. It consists of: