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Jansa Says State Will Keep Minor Stake in Gorenje

Velenje, 22 May - Prime Minister Janez Jansa said on Tuesday that it was in Slovenia's long-term interest to see successful operation of home appliance manufacturer Gorenje and added that the state would probably keep a minor stake in the company through the state-run Pension Fund Management (KAD).

Velenje
Prime Minister Janez Jansa (second from right) at talks with representatives of household appliance maker Gorenje during Jansa's visit to the mid NE region of Savinjsko-salesko. Jansa is accompanied by Development Minister Ziga Turk (left), Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak (second from left) and Labour, the Family and Social Affairs Minister Marjeta Cotman (right),
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

Velenje
Franjo Bobinac (second from left), chairman of household appliance maker Gorenje, at talks with Prime Minister Janez Jansa during Jansa's visit to the mid NE region of Savinjsko-salesko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

Velenje
Prime Minister Janez Jansa (left) and Franjo Bobinac, chairman of household appliance maker Gorenje after talks during Jansa's visit to the mid NE region.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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