Bajuk Anticipates Less Borrowing
Ljubljana, 23 May - Slovenia will have a budget surplus for a second year in a row in 2008, which Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk said on Friday meant the country would depend less on borrowing. This is the reason the government has cancelled a second issue of state bonds planned for this year.
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