Openness of the Slovenian Industry in the Years prior to World War I
Keywords:slovenska zgodovina, gospodarska zgodovina, podjetništvo
On the basis of a survey, carried out in February 1919, an analysis was made regarding the sale of the Slovenian trade and industrial products effected by 333 companies throughout the ethnic territory in the years prior to World War I. The analysis separately considered the sale in the vicinity of the workshop or factory, in the country, in the Austro-Hungarian empire and in the countries of each of the six continents. 54% of the companies sold inside the Austro-Hungarian empire and 40% to the countries worldwide.
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