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04 May 2020
The fact that the COVID-19 pandemic will have a significantly negative impact on the economy has been more or less universally accepted. According to current projections, Slovenia will face a drop in GDP ranging from 6% (according to the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development) to 16% (according to the Bank of Slovenia). On the other hand, negative economic effects of the pandemic will not be evenly distributed – some companies and industries will be affected directly (and, in terms of timing, sooner) while others will be affected indirectly (and later).
However, what all companies have in common is that the world is entering a period of financial uncertainty. In this context, the two questions most frequently asked by managers of companies are the following:
To facilitate the navigation through the uncertainty and a multitude of regulations concerning this topic, please see this crisis management checklist summarising key information relating to the above questions.
Further, the overview lays down statutory rules enacted by the National Assembly in the context of the anti-COVID-19 legislative package until and including the cut-off date indicated in the top right corner of the overview (ie, including the rules which, until such cut-off date, have not yet entered into force as they have not yet been published in the Official Gazette). These regulations will likely be subject to further changes after the stated cut-off date. Therefore, monitoring legislative changes is recommended.
For further information on this topic please contact Vid Kobe, Jurij Lampič or Peter Gorše at Schoenherr by telephone (+386 1 200 09 80) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org). The Schoenherr website can be accessed at www.schoenherr.eu.
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