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The most important sectors of Slovenia’s economy in 2016 were industry (27.6 %), wholesale and retail trade, transport, accommodation and food services (20.7 %) and public administration, defence, education, human health and social work activities (16.9%). Currency: EURO GDP Per Capita: 25,739.2 USD (2019) GDP Growth Rate: 2.4%annual change (2019) Gross Domestic Product: 56,692.18 million (2019) GNI Per Capita: 38,140 PPP dollars (2018)


Foreign Trade

Slovenia’s main export and import partners are Germany, Italy, and Austria. Exports: The top exports of Slovenia are Cars ($4.38B), Packaged Medicaments ($3.18B), Refined Petroleum ($1.29B), Vehicle Parts($1.26B), and Electrical Lighting and Signalling Equipment($623M). Imports: The top imports of Slovenia are Cars ($2.6B), Refined Petroleum ($2.41B), Packaged Medicaments ($1.66B), Vehicle Parts ($1.45B), and Delivery Trucks ($798M). Slovenia exports mostly to Germany ($7.4B), Italy ($4.44B), Croatia ($3B), Austria ($2.74B), and France ($2.06B), and imports mostly from Germany ($6.29B), Italy ($5.52B), Austria ($3.33B), China ($3.25B), and Croatia ($1.89B). . In 2018, Slovenia exported $37.8B and imported $40.8B, resulting in a negative trade balance of -$3.06B. In 2018, Slovenia’s exports per capita were $18.2k and its imports per capita were $19.7k.

Finances with European Union

Breakdown of Slovenia’s finances with the EU: Total EU spending in Slovenia: 0.927 billion Total EU spending as % of Slovenian gross national income (GNI) : 2.04% Total Slovenian contribution to the EU budget : 0.386 billion Slovenian contribution to the EU budget