Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 23-29 December
Ljubljana, 31 December - The week was dominated by the final preparations for the 1 January euro switch, with various officials assuring Slovenians that the country is well prepared. It was not entirely devoid of other economic events, as president Janez Drnovsek nominated incumbent central bank Governor Mitja Gaspari for a second term at the post and retailer Tus emerged as a surprise winner in the battle with retailer Mercator for a nearly 25% stake in Slovenia's largest technical goods chain Merkur.
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