5 June 2020
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  • 10:32 HOT TOPICS: Croatia’s government forecast the GDP to shrink by 9.4% in 2020
  • 09:28 How top Slovenian companies are doing business during the Covid-19 epidemic: They got closer to customers, became more flexible and more digitalised.

With sunny spring weather comes a perfect opportunity to visit some of the events happening in the region.

Here’s Adriatic Journal’s choice of events definitely worth a visit this month:

Location: Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

Date: 9 – 10 Mar 2019

One of the toughest in the FIS Alpine World Cup. Podkoren slope, where Vitranc Cup competition takes place is due to some blind turning, hanging terrain and spectacular finish downgrade one of the most challenging race slopes for technical discipline in the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup.

Location: Zagreb, Croatia

Date: 15 March – 16 March

While economic growth continued throughout autumn, the first signs that things are about to change have become more apparent in January, with American corporations giving more pessimistic outlooks, Stojan warned. However, corporations in the wider region of South East Europe are not following suit and are still quite realistic in their communication. Similar story is in China where there was no such drama as in the US.

Location: Planica, Slovenia

Date: 21 Mar – 24 Mar 2019

The greatest Slovenian sport event, each year hosting the best ski jumpers in the world. For decades, the valley under the Ponce Mountains has attracted the greatest heroes of ski flying.

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