Economist Says Measures Enforced Too Slow, Fears W-Type Crisis
Ljubljana, 1 September - Financial expert Mojimir Mrak has told STA that a catastrophically slow enforcement of what are concrete anti-crisis measures has been the biggest shortcoming in the government's tackling of the recession. He also finds it unacceptable that the country's biggest bank, NLB, has been without a stable management for six months.
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