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At the beginning of 2011, just under 230 000 foreign‐born persons were living in Slovenia, representing 11% of the total population. Almost all ‐ more than 86% ‐ of the foreign‐born population is originating from the successor countries of the former Yugoslavia, with Bosnia and Herzegovina (42%), Croatia (21%), Serbia (11%) and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia ‐ FYROM (3%) being the main origin countries of foreign‐born. 58% of the foreign‐born are men, while the foreign population is evenly divided between men and women.
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 01 June 2012

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