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The Slovene cultural sector is set to reach 6,490 enterprises by 2026. This is an increase of 1.2% year on year, on average, since 2021, when there were 5,860 enterprises. Since 2013, the number of Slovene enterprises in this sector has decreased by 0.1% each year. In 2021, the country ranked sixth, behind Ireland which had 5,860 enterprises. The United Kingdom, Austria, and Australia were ranked second, third and fourth respectively.
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