Slovenia: A New State and Its Prospects

  • Jože Mencinger
Part of the European Economic Interaction and Integration book series (EEIIWP)


Slovenia proclaimed independence on 26 June 1991, after a decade of tense and uncertain political and economic developments. Three months later, on 8 October 1991, the tiny but relatively affluent nation of two million people became fully “independent”. In the beginning of 1992, Slovenia was recognised as an independent state by the EC member states and, in May 1992, became a member of the UN.


Monetary Policy Foreign Trade Real Exchange Rate Equity Capital Institutional Owner 
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