The number of insolvent business entities increased once again last year. AJPES records show that among the business entities with outstanding matured liabilities for more than five consecutive days in a month, the number of legal entities increased by more than one fifth, on average, in 2010. In December last year, altogether 6,102 legal entities had outstanding matured liabilities for more than five consecutive days in a month in an average daily amount of EUR 387 million. In 2010, 1.5 times more compulsory settlement procedures were filed against legal entities than in 2009, 64.7% more bankruptcy procedures and 43.7% more personal bankruptcy procedures against sole proprietors. On average, 100,504 persons registered as unemployed in 2070, 14,151 persons (76.4%) more than in 2009. Unemployment increased, on average, at all levels of education and for all age groups and both genders. In 2010, 8.2% more job vacancies were registered than in 2009, but the number of persons hired was 6.5% lower.
selected topics Slovenian Economic Mirror, January 2011 29 Selected Topics (In)solvency in 2010 Figure 37: Legal entities with outstanding matured
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