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18:35, 17.09.2014
Business and Economy

Prevent Halog Liquidated, More Than 400 Workers Lose Job

Lenart, 17 September (STA) - Car seat cover maker Prevent Halog has been liquidated and a majority of its 500 workers have been laid off as the main partner, Germany's Daimler, has terminated its contract with the Lenart-based company.

Cerar Would Like to Put Bratušek Self-Nomination Issue to Rest
15:33, 17.09.2014
Politics

Cerar Would Like to Put Bratušek Self-Nomination Issue to Rest

Ljubljana, 17 September (STA) - PM-elect Miro Cerar told a parliamentary committee session on Wednesday that the new government for now has no plans of reopening the issue of his predecessor Alenka Bratušek's self-nomination for Slovenia's EU commissioner. He wants "this story to end here", since "making accusations against Slovenia" abroad is not in the country's interest.

Landmark Quran Translation Published
15:31, 17.09.2014
Arts and Culture

Landmark Quran Translation Published

Ljubljana, 17 September (STA) - A landmark translation of the Muslim holy book Quran, the first translated into Slovenian from Arabic, has been officially launched, capping a ten-year effort that has raised a lot of dust prior to publication and after it was completed.

14:29, 17.09.2014
Business and Economy

Stakeholders Reject Claim Divača-Koper Rail Upgrade Unnecessary

Ljubljana, 17 September (STA) - Transport stakeholders have reacted with outrage to statements by Peter Gašperšič, the incoming infrastructure minister, that the rail upgrade on the Divača-Koper section is not needed for another 30-40 years.

Technology Transfer Key to Slovenia's Economic Breakthrough
12:19, 17.09.2014
Business and Economy

Technology Transfer Key to Slovenia's Economic Breakthrough

Brdo pri Kranju, 17 September (STA) - The key to making Slovenia's economy more competitive is improving the transfer of technologies and knowhow into the economy and society, an international conference heard on Wednesday. Officials gathered at Brdo pri Kranju for Innovation Day also called for a partnership between the academic sphere and companies.

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18:35 BE   Prevent Halog Liquidated, More Than 400 Workers Lose Job
17:00 AS   Weather: Mix of Sun and Clouds
16:03 BE   GZS Gives Out Seven Golden Awards for Innovation
15:33 PO picture Cerar Would Like to Put Bratušek Self-Nomination Issue to Rest (adds) committee decision in penultimate para
15:31 AC picture Landmark Quran Translation Published
15:30 SE   Schedule of Events for Thursday, 18 September
15:00 RU   News Roundup - Wednesday, 17 September, until 3 PM
14:38 BE   SBI Top Up as Most Blue Chips Gain Ground
14:29 BE   Stakeholders Reject Claim Divača-Koper Rail Upgrade Unnecessary
13:59 HE   Slovenia Scores Well in Diabetes Care
13:56 BE   New Govt Called to Send Clear Signal about Privatisation
13:10 AS picture Works Ahead of Winter Begin on A1, Traffic Jams Expected
12:19 BE picture Technology Transfer Key to Slovenia's Economic Breakthrough
12:00 PO picture Cerar Would Like to Put Bratušek Self-Nomination Issue to Rest
11:06 AS   First Illegal Asset Seizure Under 2011 Act
10:19 PO   Primorske Indignant Over Koper Rail Link Statement
09:30 PO   Delo Concerned about EU Fund Phasing
08:52 BE   Finance Reflects on T-2 Receivership
08:21 PO   Daily Headlines - Wednesday, 17 September
07:00 AC picture "Class Enemy" Short-Listed for European Film Awards
06:30 AS   Weather: Partly Sunny
06:00 HE   Honda's Famous Humanoid Robot to Visit Slovenia
01:00 PO   Večer Sees Slovenia as Victim of Economic Colonisation
01:00 PO   Delo Says Ministerial Presentations Vague
00:30 PO   Brdo Hosting Conference on Transfer of Technologies
00:30 ST picture Football: Maribor Starting Champions League Campaign
00:15 SE   Schedule of Events for Wednesday, 17 September
00:05 AD   News from Slovenia

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