Intervention Measures to Encourage Significant Investments in Slovenia After the COVID-19 Epidemic

Authors: Marusa Polak, Miha Hocevar, Natasa Pipan Nahtigal, SELIH & PARTNERJI Law Firm On 29 May 2020, the Slovenian Parliament adopted the Intervention Act to Remove Obstacles to the Implementation of Significant Investments to Start the Economy After the COVID-19 Epidemic (hereinafter “Act”). Its purpose is to accelerate kick-start of significant investments in the Republic of Slovenia as soon as possible after the COVID-19 epidemic ends, which should enable accelerated commencement of economic activity and growth in key investment sectors of the Slovenian economy. The new Act sets…

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