Slovenia Says Financial Instruments Directive on Track
Ljubljana/Brussels, 25 April - Slovenia is aware of the importance to adopt the markets in financial instruments directive, a Finance Ministry official told STA on Wednesday, responding to the European Commission's warning about the delay. The official said the government was expected to debate the draft bill on financial instruments on Thursday.
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