RES coalition and Sava hydroplants

A green change is coming

In according to the Slovenian Press Agency news, the Slovenian government coalition is trying to promote renewable sources of energy. The campaign includes using the energy from the Sava river. This solution would help Slovenian environmental stay ecological, but also it would encourage potential investors for this region. It seems like a golden era for hydropower builders.

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2016 FINTECH 100 Leading GlobalFintech Innovators

The financial services industry is facing a wave of digital disruption that is starting to reshape the sector. The Fintech 100 celebrates the top companies this bold new space: the 50 leading established players creating change within financial services, and 50 of the emerging fintech stars of tomorrow.

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Launch of Fundchain, Blockchain Research Initiative for the Fund Industry

Scorechain, the Luxembourg-based company has announced Today the constitution of an innovative group of 10 key players of the Luxembourg fund industry to explore Blockchain technology’s impact on the asset management industry. Ten founding members representing major financial institutions including BIL, BNP Paribas, CACEIS, European Fund Administration, HSBC, ING Luxembourg, Pictet, RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Société Générale Bank & Trust, and Professional Services firm PwC Luxembourg have joined forces with Scorechain.

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10 startups to watch in Ljubljana

Connecting the Alps and the Adriatic Sea, there’s a small but very diverse country: Slovenia. 

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Slovenia’s economy expands

Slovenia’s economy expanded at an annual rate of 2.7% in the second quarter of the year, while working days and seasonally adjusted growth was 1.9%, show the first estimates from the Statistics Office. The overall added value of the Slovenian economy was up by 2.9%.

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Slovenia’s exports up 4.5% in the first half of the year

Slovenia’s merchandise exports rose 4.5% year-on-year in the January-June period, with imports expanding by 1.8% in the same period, the Statistics Office said in a preliminary release on Tuesday.

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