Ice-covered electric power pillar is seen in Postojna LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Damage wrought on Slovenia's forests during a heavy ice storm earlier this month is estimated at 194 million euros ($266.77 million) and will take months to repair, ... Business Insider, 1 month ago
It's easy to find peace and quiet in this popular destination, discovers Joanna Booth Like this and want more details? Click here to download and save as a PDF . We can't get enough of Croatia it's official. British visitor numbers grew to ...Travel Weekly, 2 weeks ago
Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC Advises Fluidmaster, Inc. on its Acquisition of Slovenia-based Kolektor Liv d.o.o.
/PRNewswire/ -- Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC ("DCF") acted as exclusive financial advisor to San Juan Capistrano-based Fluidmaster, Inc. ("Fluidmaster"), the world's largest manufacturer of toilet tank components and trim, on its acquisition of ...BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Ljubljana is one of Europe's most charming cities, offering visitors a great blend cultural highlights and atmospheric nightlife. The city also provides a very cool place to meet for business, with the City Hotel the perfect base for all your needs.The European, 1 month ago
/ By STA, T. M. Just two weeks after an ice storm wreaked havoc in western Slovenia, parts of Notranjsko region are battling with rising waters. Planinsko polje, a plain north of Postojna, has been hit the worst and the situation is expected to ...The Slovenia Times, 1 month ago
/ By STA, T. M. President Borut Pahor, who visited on Thursday the Laze village in the flooded area some 30 kilometres south of the capital, stressed that patience will be required for dealing with the aftermath of the natural disasters that have ...The Slovenia Times, 1 month ago
American paratroopers from the 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) and soldiers from Slovenian 1st Brigade position a generator so that it may be unloaded during a joint convoy to deliver generators to rural villages near Postojna, ...Human Events Online, 1 month ago
Slovenia's meteorology agency ARSO declared a high alert over most of the country, urging citizens to stay at home and warning the weather conditions on Saturday afternoon and overnight could still pose a serious threat to people and their properties. In the ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago
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