Slovenia country overview
Before we start to discuss Slovenia GDP first we discuss Slovenia country overview, so Slovenia is officially called the Republic of Slovenia.
This country is located in Central Europe. Slovenia shares her border with Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Croatia. Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia.
Its official language is Slovene. In ethnic groups, 83% of Slovenes and 17% of non-Slovenes live in Slovenia. In religion, 78% Christians and 22% non-Christians live in Slovenia.
Slovenia’s government system is the Unitary parliamentary republic. Slovenia’s president’s name is Borut Pahor. Its prime minister’s name is Janez Jansa.
Slovenia’s total land area is 20,271 km2. Its total population is 2,107,200 in the year 2021. Its population rank is 147th in the world. Slovenia’s population density is 103/km2. Its population density rank is 106th in the world.
Slovenia’s currency is called the Euro. Slovenia’s economy is generally called a developed and advanced economy and a high-income economy.
The inflation rate in Slovenia is 1.8% in the year 2021. 14.5% of the Slovenian population lives below the poverty line. Its HDI rate is 0.902 in the year 2018.
This HDI rate is considered the very highest HDI rate in the world. Its HDI rank is 24th in the world. The unemployment rate in Slovenia is 4.6% in the year 2020.
Slovenia’s gross external debt is $46 billion in the year 2017. Its total foreign reserves are $889 million in the year 2017.
Its total GDP is $60 billion (nominal) and $86 billion (PPP) in the year 2021. Its GDP rank is 82th (nominal) and 97th (PPP) in the year 2020.
Its GDP growth rate is 6.7% in the year 2021. Slovenia’s GDP per capita is $28,750 (nominal) and $41,380 (PPP) in the year 2021.
Its GDP per capita rank is 33rd (nominal) and 36th (PPP) in the year 2020. When we talk about its GDP by sector, so agriculture 1.9%, industry 32%, and services are 66% in the year 2017.
Slovenia’s total exports are Euro33 billion in the year 2020. Its main export goods are machinery, transport, food products, and others. Its main export partners are Germany, Italy, Austria, and others.
Its total imports are Euro 32 billion in the year 2020. Its main import goods are machinery, chemicals, fuels, food products, and others. Its main import partners are Germany, Austria, China, and others.
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