A round-up for some recent reports from the wonderful Republic of Slovenia Statistical Office (Statistični urad RS) and the National Institute of Public Health (Nacionalni inštitut za javno zdravje).
STA, 17 July - Last year, 15,500 foreign citizens immigrated to Slovenia, while there were also 3,300 Slovenians who moved back to their homeland. Almost 9,900 Slovenians and 7,700 foreigners emigrated from the country. That means that net migration was positive and the highest since 2011, the Statistics Office said.
STA, 11 June 2018 - Companies operating in Slovenia last year paid out a total of EUR 734m in dividends, which is 8.3% more than in 2016. More than half (53%) of the sum was paid out by financial companies, while the general government sector was the biggest receiver, the Statistics Office said on Monday.
STA, 31 May 2018 - Inflation in Slovenia rose by 0.5 points to 2% at the annual level in May, mainly due to higher prices of food, and fuels and energy, the Statistics Office reported on Thursday. This is the first time since February last year that prices rose more than 2% at the yearly level.
STA, 27 April 2018 - Slovenian households increased their financial assets at a faster rate than debt last year, which resulted in the surplus of assets rising by EUR 1.1bn from 2016 to EUR 29.2bn, data from the central bank show.