Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 20 to 26 January
Ljubljana, 28 January - Only recently hailed for his role in Slovenia's euro adoption, the spotlight remained on Banka Slovenije Governor Mitja Gaspari this week. His bid for another term at the helm of the central bank came under fire from a small opposition party accusing Banka Slovenije of intentionally painting a grim picture of Slovenia's public finances abroad. Meanwhile, British investment fund Salford has failed to publish a takeover bid for Slovenia's largest dairy Ljubljanske mlekarne, and Pharma group Krka reported surging profits.
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