Slovenia is the richest of the Slavic countries in terms of Nominal GDP, and is also the second richest state in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) after the Czech Republic. Slovenia benefits from a well-developed infrastructure and its location at the intersection of major trade routes.
The consequences of the crisis were covered at the expense of the state’s own funds, without the involvement of EU funds. The economic growth rate was 2.5% in 2016, accelerated to 5% in 2017. In 2018, GDP growth was 4.1%, and in 2019, per capita GDP was $ 27,506 (face value).
The financial sector has been stable for quite some time.