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SLOVENIJA: PIVOVARNA LAŠKO U PRVIH DEVET MJESECI OSTVARILA 14,8 MILIONA EURA ČISTE DOBITI

Pivovarna Laško je prema nerevidiranim podacima u prvih devet mjeseci ove godine ostvarila 14,8 miliona eura čiste dobiti, što je za 116 odsto više nego u istom periodu prošle godine. Čisti prihodi od prodaje ...

... su se za devet mjeseci povećali za 6,5 odsto na 66,8 miliona eura, tako da je kompanija u prvih devet mjeseci dostigla skoro 80 odsto planiranih čistih prihoda i 98 odsto planirane dobiti, javio je dopsinik Agencije ONASA pozivajući se na podatke s web stranice Pivovarne Laško.
Grupa Pivovarna Laško, koja osim matične kompanije uključuje još osam preduzeća, za devet mjeseci je ostvarila 224 miliona eura čistog prihoda od prodaje, što je za 6,8 odsto više nego u istom periodu prošle godine, a čista dobit je jednaka čistoj dobiti matičnog preduzeća.
U prvih devet mjeseci ove godine grupa Pivovarna Laško ostvarila je i 57,7 miliona eura novčanog toka iz poslovanja, što je za petinu više nego u prvih devet mjeseci prošle godine.
Matična kompanija je za devet mjeseci prodala 887.271 hektolitara pića, od čega 95,7 odsto piva i 4,3 odsto vode.
U segmentu piva prodaja je bila za više od jedan odsto slabija nego u istom periodu prošle godine, dok je prodaja vode ostala na prošlogodišnjem devetomjesečnom nivou.
Grupa Pivovarna Laško je isto tako prodala najviše piva 42 odsto, a na drugom mjestu je prodaja mineralne vode, izvorske vode i vode sa različitim okusima.
Ostala pića u strukturi prodaje učestvuju sa dva odsto.

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In 3 month population increase by 5900 persons


Visoka rast prebivalstva, se zaradi imigracij nadajuje! :)

POPULATION (June 2007): 2.019.406

vir: stat.si

Sredi leta 2007 je v Sloveniji živelo 2.019.406 prebivalcev, 1.024.281 žensk in 995.125 moških.

Število prebivalcev Slovenije se je v drugem četrtletju leta 2007 povečalo za 5.809 oseb ali za 0,3 %. Med temi je bilo 5.683 ali 97,8 % tujcev s prijavljenim prebivališčem v Sloveniji, kar pomeni, da se je število državljanov Republike Slovenije, brez tistih, ki začasno prebivajo v tujini, povečalo za 126 oseb.

Najbolj naraslo število tujcev z začasnim prebivališčem v Sloveniji

V drugem četrtletju leta 2007 se je povečalo število oseb v vseh prebivalstvenih skupinah. Najbolj, za dobro petino (21,5 %), je naraslo število tujcev s prijavljenim začasnim prebivališčem v Republiki Sloveniji. Njihovo število je naraslo predvsem zaradi povečanja števila moških, in sicer za 5.077, medtem ko je število žensk v tej prebivalstveni skupini naraslo za 360. Konec junija 2007 je bilo tako med 30.721 tujci s prijavljenim začasnim prebivališčem v Sloveniji 24.699 moških in 6.022 žensk.

Med prebivalci Slovenije 3,1 % tujcev, od tega skoraj tri četrtine moških

Konec junija 2007 je bilo med prebivalstvom Slovenije 62.722 ali 3,1 % tujcev oz. tujk s prijavljenim prebivališčem v Sloveniji. Med njimi so prevladovali moški (74,0 %). Od sredine leta 2006 je med tujci število moških naraslo za 8.287, število žensk pa za 1.166.
 

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INFLATION IN OCTOBER 0,7%, ANNUAL AT 5,1%


Obviously we have to thank to EURO that we live even worse:bash:

Source: stat.si

In October 2007 monthly inflation at 0.7%, annual inflation at 5.1%.

In October 2007 consumer prices up by 0.7%
In contrast to October last year, when deflation was recorded (-0.8%), in October this year a considerable inflation was observed. Consumer prices grew on average by 0.7% over September 2007. In the first ten months of this year consumer prices were 4.2% higher (in the same period last year they increased only by 2%).

In October 2007 goods prices were on average 1.3% higher while the prices of services were on average 0.7% lower. Among goods, the prices of semi-durable goods grew by 3.1%, the prices of non-durable goods by 1.1% and the prices of durable goods by 0.2%. As a month before, service prices went down, on average by 0.7%, especially the prices of package holidays (this time by 8%).

Higher prices of milk, cheese and eggs, meat, and clothing and footwear
In October higher prices were recorded in the following groups: clothing and footwear (by 4.4%), food and non-alcoholic beverages (by 2.2%), housing, water, electricity, gas and other (by 1%), furnishing, household equipment and maintenance, and education (by 0.7%), restaurants and hotels (by 0.4%), miscellaneous goods and services (by 0.3%), and alcoholic beverages and tobacco, and health (by 0.1%).

Similarly to September, in October higher prices of clothing and footwear (by 4.4%) were observed as a result of the transition to the autumn-winter lines in stores. Clothing prices went up by 5.4% and footwear prices by 2.5%.

In accordance with predicted rises in food prices, in October prices in the group food and non-alcoholic beverages increased considerably; food was 2.5% more expensive while non-alcoholic beverages became 0.2% cheaper. The highest rises in this group were recorded in milk, cheese and eggs (on average by 9.8%), oils and fats (by 6.2%), meat (by 2.6%) and vegetables (by 1.9%). The prices of bread and cereals went up again (but this time only by 0.7%). On average fruit prices and fish prices dropped the most (by 2% and 0.9%, respectively). Among non-alcoholic beverages, coffee, tea and cocoa prices went down by 0.6% and the prices of mineral waters, soft drinks and juices by 0.1%.

Higher prices in the group housing, water, electricity, gas and other were caused by higher prices of electricity, gas and other fuels (on average by 1.6%), maintenance and repair of dwelling (by 0.6%) and municipal and other services (by 0.3%). On the other hand, rents remained the same as a month before. In the subgroup electricity, gas and other fuels the prices of solid fuels went up by 6.5%, of heat energy by 2.3%, of gas by 2% and of liquid fuels by 1.9%, while electricity prices did not change.

Prices in the group furnishing, household equipment and maintenance increased due to higher prices of glassware, tableware and household utensils (by 2.7%), goods and services for routine household maintenance (by 1.1%) and furniture and furnishing (by 0.8%). In this group the prices of household textiles decreased by 0.3%.

Higher prices in the group education were the result of more expensive education not definable by level (by 2%) and more expensive tertiary education (by 0.6%), while prices in pre-primary education did not change.

Some other rises in October: personal effects (by 1.3%), hospital services (by 1.2%), catering services (by 0.7%), insurance and financial services (by 0.4%) and alcoholic beverages (by 0.2%).

Higher prices of clothing and footwear pushed the inflation rate up by 0.4 of a percentage point, while higher prices of milk, cheese and eggs added 0.3 of a percentage point and higher prices of meat, electricity, gas and other fuels, rises in the group furnishing, household equipment and maintenance and other rises in October added 0.1 of a percentage point each.

Lower prices of package holidays and fuels
In October lower prices were recorded in three groups: recreation and culture (by 2.2%), transport (by 0.4%) and communication (by 0.1%).

As a month before, in the group recreation and culture the prices of package holidays dropped the most (by 8%). The prices of audio-visual, photographic and information processing equipment also went down (by 0.9%). On the other hand, the following prices went up: other recreational items and equipment by 1.2%, newspapers, books and stationery by 0.5% and recreational and cultural services by 0.2%.

In the group transport the prices of motorcycles and bicycles dropped the most (by 1.7%), followed by fuels and lubricants (by 1.4%). In this group the prices of passenger transport by air went up by 0.6%, spare parts and accessories by 0.4% and maintenance and repair of vehicles by 0.2%.

Lower prices in the group communication were the result of lower prices of telephone (by 0.1%), while postal services remained as expensive as a month ago. In the subgroup telephone, telephone services were 0.1% cheaper while the prices of telephone and other equipment did not change.

Some other drops in October: other medical products and therapeutic appliances (by 0.9%), accommodation services (by 0.4%) and out-patient services (by 0.3%).

Lower prices of package holidays pushed the inflation rate down by 0.3 of a percentage point and lower fuel prices by 0.1 of a percentage point.

Annual inflation much higher – at 5.1%
In contrast to October last year, in October this year a high inflation was observed, which led to a considerable rise at the annual level. The annual inflation rate jumped to 5.1%, which is much more than in the same period last year, when in was only 1.5%, the lowest so far. The high monthly inflation also had a negative impact on the 12-month average price growth, which rose to 3.1% (last month it was 2.8% and in the same period last year it was 2.4%).

In one year prices increased the most in these groups: food and non-alcoholic beverages (by 13.3%), restaurants and hotels (by 7.9%), housing, water, electricity, gas and other (by 6.7%), alcoholic beverages and tobacco (by 6.5%), recreation and culture (by 4.9%) and education, and furnishing, household equipment and maintenance (by 3.6%). On the other hand, goods and services in the group communication were on average 0.7% cheaper than a year before.

Compared to October 2006, services were on average 5.1% more expensive and goods 4.9%. Among goods, in one year the prices of non-durable goods grew by 7.8% and the prices of semi-durable goods by 2.4%, while the prices of durable goods fell by 1.7%.

Harmonised indices of consumer prices
Measured with the harmonised index of consumer prices, prices in October went up by 0.7%. Compared to a month before, the annual price growth increased to 5.1% (in the same period last year it was 1.6%), while the 12-month average price growth increased to 3.2% (in the previous month it was 3% and in the same period last year 2.5%).

In October 2007 goods prices went up by 1.3% while the prices of services went down by 0.3%. As regards goods, the prices of semi-durable goods grew by 3.4%, of non-durable goods by 1.1% and of durable goods by 0.3%. Compared to October 2006, service prices went up by 5.2% and goods prices by 5.1%.

The highest monthly rise was observed in these groups: clothing and footwear (by 5%), food and non-alcoholic beverages (by 2.3%), housing, water, electricity and other (by 1.1%), furnishing, household equipment and maintenance (by 0.9%), education (by 0.7%), restaurants and hotels (by 0.5%), miscellaneous goods and services (by 0.2%) and health, and alcoholic beverages and tobacco (by 0.1%). Prices fell in these groups: recreation and culture (by 1.6%), transport (by 0.5%) and communication (by 0.1%).

Measured with the harmonised index of consumer prices, in September 2007 the annual inflation rate in the 13 EMU countries was 2.1% (in August it was 1.7%), while in the EU-27 it was 2.2% (in August it was 1.9%). The highest annual inflation rate was recorded in Latvia (11.5%) and the lowest in Malta (0.9%), while in Slovenia it stood at 3.6%.
 

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darn, but hey as long as the government says its all dandy:cheers::|
 

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Unemployment in September at 4,7%

Bad news:bash: Unemployment is even lower. That is one of the main reasons for sky-rocketing inflation (5,1%) (more people have more money- more demand-higher prices)

Source: Eurostat
 

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ti bom dal " bad news"....prav super novica :)
sicer pa ne misli da če delaš da imaš nujno tudi denar....glede na to da plače še vedno niso na nivoju...cene viša evro-in ne vem zakaj trgovci toliko stremijo k temu da delajo evropske cene-če bi ostale iste kot prej, bi prišli še sosedje kupovat k nam in s tem bi trgovci imeli večji zaslužek!!...:bash: :nuts:
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ti bom dal " bad news"....prav super novica :)
sicer pa ne misli da če delaš da imaš nujno tudi denar....glede na to da plače še vedno niso na nivoju...cene viša evro-in ne vem zakaj trgovci toliko stremijo k temu da delajo evropske cene-če bi ostale iste kot prej, bi prišli še sosedje kupovat k nam in s tem bi trgovci imeli večji zaslužek!!...:bash: :nuts:
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Pol pa gledamo, kolko Mercatorjev se odpira po Hrvaški, Bosni, Srbiji:lol: Le na račun koga?:nuts::nuts:

Moram pa rečt, da vladi zamerim, da ni obdavčla trgovske pribitke (marže):bash:
 

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No, če bi obdavčila marže potem bi morali pričakovati, da bi trgovci marže krepko zvišali že spet..
 

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Pol ne bi bili zanimivi za nove trgovce, ki bi prihajali v Slovenijo in bi že tako omejena konkurenca v Sloveniji se še omejila.. Rabimo vsaj še kakega močnega trgovca po celotnem območju Slovenije, da bi se stanje vsaj nekoliko normaliziralo..
 

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Pol ne bi bili zanimivi za nove trgovce, ki bi prihajali v Slovenijo in bi že tako omejena konkurenca v Sloveniji se še omejila.. Rabimo vsaj še kakega močnega trgovca po celotnem območju Slovenije, da bi se stanje vsaj nekoliko normaliziralo..
Le delno se strinjam:lol: Če bi obdavčli pribitke na recimo 20 osnovnih življenskih potrebščin, to nebi imelo pretiranga vpliva na trgovino, saj le te prodajajo tudi po 50.000+ izdelkov.
Poleg tega je Slovenija precej atraktiven trg, saj je kupna moč glede na večino sveta izjemno visoka.
Sicer pa je treba priznat, da kljub temu, da ni kakšnih davkov na pribitke, ni na našem trgu praktično nobene konkurenčne trgovske verige, ki bi bila izven kroga Tuš-Mercator-Spar-Hofer. Žal, to so pa slabosti male države :cheers::cheers::cheers:
 

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No, Hofer ne spada točno v tisto združenje, ker je diskont.. Ampak ja v bistvu res, a ne.. Bi rabili še kako Billo vsaj.. :)
 

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No, Hofer ne spada točno v tisto združenje, ker je diskont.. Ampak ja v bistvu res, a ne.. Bi rabili še kako Billo vsaj.. :)
Maš prav:) Al pa recimo, kako drugo trgovsko verigo. Recimo Sainsburry (al kak so že one simpatične trgovine po Londonu:cheers: )
Al pa kako podjetje is tretjega sveta, recimo Walmart :lol:

V glavnem nepovezano s Sparom, Tušem, Mercatorjem:cheers:
 

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Maš prav:) Al pa recimo, kako drugo trgovsko verigo. Recimo Sainsburry (al kak so že one simpatične trgovine po Londonu:cheers: )
Al pa kako podjetje is tretjega sveta, recimo Walmart :lol:

V glavnem nepovezano s Sparom, Tušem, Mercatorjem:cheers:
TESCO je zakon! :)
 

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Kje si pa TESCO dobil :D Harrods.. Manj kot to se sploh ne pogovarjamo ! :lol: Če so se že enkrat zanimali za Ljubljano, se pa lah spet hehe. Js si hočm kupit slona ! :D
No sam ne vem če bi to glih kaj spremenilo glede cen, pač porazdelili bi se potrošniki okoli, večina starejšega prebivalstva tko al tko hodi v najbližjo trgovino, pa nj bo štruca 2€ al pa 5€, sam da če je 5€ bl godrnjajo.. :D no to je blo mal potencirano hehe
 
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