Slovenia's public finances are among the strongest and most stable of the emerging nations in Eastern and Central Europe.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) reports that in 2002 the purchasing power parity of Slovenia's exports was $10.3 billion while imports totaled $11.1 billion resulting in a trade deficit of $800 million.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) reports that in 2001 Slovenia had exports of goods totaling $9.34 billion and imports totaling $9.96 billion. The services credit totaled $1.96 billion and debit $1.46 million. The following table summarizes Slovenia's balance of payments as reported by the IMF for 2001 in millions of US dollars.
|Balance on goods||-620|
|Balance on services||502|
|Balance on income||19|
|Direct investment abroad||-133|
|Direct investment in Slovenia||503|
|Portfolio investment assets||-108|
|Portfolio investment liabilities||189|
|Other investment assets||207|
|Other investment liabilities||546|
|Net Errors and Omissions||53|
|Reserves and Related Items||-1,285|