Salaries Will Remain Steady for a While

Koper, 8 September - A mission of the Slovenian government lead by Deputy Prime Minister Herman Rigelnik has visited the Koper municipality where they talked to the representatives of the Koper, Izola and Piran municipalities and to the Primorska Manager's Society. The Deputy Prime Minister mentioned that when the new government came on May 15, the material scope of industrial production and the GNP continued to decrease. Decrease of production is primarily due to loss of markets in ex-Yugoslavia. As regards microeconomic measures, Rigelnik pointed out that the government renominated the budget and together with the Bank of Slovenia raised the SIT exchange rate so that the vital part of the exporting economy is able to survive. As far as the future tolar rate is concerned, he said that it is up to the Bank of Slovenia.

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