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RTV Slovenia Transforms Production Workflows and On-Air Broadcast Look with Orad

October 2, 2012

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RTV Slovenia has undergone a complete transformation thanks to Orad’s enterprise broadcast graphic solutions. RTV Slovenia’s studios now rely on Orad’s PowerWall, TD Control, ProSet and Maestro enterprise systems for their news, weather and sports news broadcasts. The broadcaster has upgraded from a small studio to a new advanced one, with a virtual studio, video […]

IMF – International Monetary Fund : Slovenia 2012 Article IV Consultation-Concluding Statement of the Mission

October 2, 2012

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Describes the preliminary findings of IMF staff at                the conclusion of certain missions (official staff                visits, in most cases to member countries).                Missions are undertaken as part of regular (usually                annual) consultations under Article                IVof the IMF’s Articles of Agreement, in                the context of a request to use IMF resources                (borrow from the IMF), as […]

Croatia Asks Slovenia to Retry BIS Mediation Over Banking Row

October 2, 2012

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Croatia asked Slovenia to jointly approach the Bank for International Settlements to settle a banking dispute, almost two years after the BIS declined to mediate over money owed to Croat savers by the predecessor of Nova Ljubljanska Banka d.d. “We are suggesting that both countries, once again, turn to BIS over the issue,” Danijela Barisic, […]

Euro star Slovenia becomes another trouble spot

October 2, 2012

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LJUBLJANA (Reuters) – When Slovenia joined the euro in 2007 it had the fastest growth in the currency area and its 2 million inhabitants had some of the highest living standards in eastern Europe. The southern Alpine country is now in recession, shut out of the bond market and is trying to avoid following much […]

Slovenia ‘Doing All It Can’ to Borrow on Markets

October 2, 2012

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Slovenia, which hasn’t sold any benchmark debt this year, is doing “all it can” to ensure its return to borrowing markets, Finance Minister Janez Sustersic said in Ljubljana today. “We are not talking about bonds only, but the whole package of reforms that are on course to be implemented,”Sustersic told reporters after the International Monetary […]

European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction conference begins in Ragusa ( a.k.a.Dubrovnic)

October 1, 2012

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A conference of the European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction (EFDRR) began in the southern Adriatic resort of Ragusa ( a.k.a. Dubrovnic) on Monday under the auspices of Croatian President Ivo Josipovic. The three-day event drew representatives of 27 European countries, including representatives of 21 disaster risk reduction platforms. UN secretary-general’s envoy Margareta Wahlstrom said that […]

Europe travel: Spalato ( a.k.a.Split), Croatia is a city at ease with its rich history

October 1, 2012

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SPALATO, CROATIA—I’m trudging up a cobblestone alleyway that climbs a hill pin-cushioned by pines, past a steep slope splattered with flowering shrubs. Their rainbow-coloured blossoms are a dramatic contrast to the blue-green tint of nearby islands that float on the Adriatic like sun-seekers on air mattresses. Orange roofs in the city 200 metres down are […]

La Slovenia gela la Croazia. «L’Europa costa 172 milioni»

September 27, 2012

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«La Slovenia presenta il conto alla Croazia. Per entrare nell’Ue dovrà pagare 172 milioni di euro». Questo il titolo di un articolo apparso sul giornale web Euobserver molto letto dai funzionari europei a Bruxelles. La controversia sulla Ljubljanska Banka e la mainaccia di veto di Lubiana alla ratifica del Trattato di adesione all’Ue della Croazia, […]

Croazia ed euro: avanti adagio

September 14, 2012

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“La Croazia non ha fretta di diventare membro dell’eurozona”. Lo ha dichiarato Vesna Pusić, ministro degli Affari esteri ed europei, nel corso di un’intervista concessa al giornale austriaco “Presse”. Alla domanda su come la crisi slovena possa riflettersi sulla Croazia, il capo della diplomazia di Zagabria ha affermato che alcuni Paesi non si sono preparati […]

Lubiana a Zagabria: resta il veto all’Europa

September 11, 2012

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La guerra diplomatica tra Slovenia e Croazia sul tema della ex Ljubljanska Banka continua. Lubiana sembra resistere alle pressioni giunte da numerosi Paesi europei che non condividono l’idea slovena di porre il veto all’adesione della Croazia all’Ue se non sarà risolto il nodo relativo al defunto istituto di credito. E così, pur usando un calibrato […]