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In March 2004, Slovenia became the first transition country to graduate from borrower status to donor partner at the World Bank. In 2007, Slovenia was invited to begin the process of joining the OECD; it became a member in 2012. From 2014 to 2016, export-led growth, fueled by demand in larger European markets, pushed annual GDP growth above 2.3%. Growth reached 5% in 2017 and is projected to maintain 5% in the following years.

The economy’s strong performance continued in 2018, as investment remained buoyant; supported by EU structural funds, capacity expansion and the ongoing recovery in housing construction. Growth in public consumption has been firm, reflecting the roll-back of previous austerity measures. Private consumption growth has been more lackluster, but it is expected to return to rapid growth with a high consumer confidence index and strong revenue growth.

The service industry remains the most significant sector in the Slovenian economy. This sector represents 56.39% of the GDP and employs 63.41% of the total workforce and has shown a strong growth pattern during the last ten years, especially in the fields of information and communications technology (ICT), financial and commercial services and retail business. The tourism sector is very dynamic and is undergoing a period of strong development (3.5 million tourists in 2017), helped by the Strategy for Sustainable Development of Slovenian Tourism for 2017-2021.

Slovenia has a large, skilled and efficient workforce, reaching 980,000 people. Stubbornly high unemployment fell below 5.5% in early 2018, driven by strong exports and increasing consumption that boosted labor demand. The Slovenian government's continued fiscal overhaul through increased taxes and social security contributions will also bring a balanced budget in 2019.

High Quality of Life: Education And Healthcare

The primary goal of the education system in Slovenia is to provide the best platform for the development of the individual, irrespective of gender, social or cultural background, religion, racial, ethnic or national origin, and physical and mental condition. The Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia protects the right of compulsory national education. Basic education is compulsory and is publicly funded. The state is obliged to create opportunities for citizens to obtain proper education.

Slovenia is actively involved in the “Bologna process” and, as a member of the European Union, committed itself to the objectives of the Lisbon Strategy. Slovenia aims to establish a high quality, diverse and accessible, as well as internationally competitive tertiary education system. The tertiary education in Slovenia consists of short-cycle higher vocational education and higher university education.

Slovenia’s average life expectancy is higher than the EU average and has improved significantly over the past two decades. The compulsory health insurance system is characterized by low public funding, with a significant role played by complementary health insurance.

Slovenia operates a compulsory Social Health Insurance system with a single payer, the independent Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia (HIIS). Governance and regulation are centralised within the Ministry of Health, which also operates all public hospitals and national institutes. Communities are responsible for the organisation of primary care, including capital investment in primary health centres and pharmacies.

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