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Portal Declares Most Respected Tax, Finance and Law Experts

Ljubljana, 15 December - The Tax-Fin-Lex financial portal on Tuesday declared former head of the Tax Administration Ivan Simic the most respected tax expert, Development and European Affairs Minister Mitja Gaspari the most distinguished financial expert of 2009, and professor Sime Ivanjko the most respectable law expert.

Ljubljana
Former boss of the Tax Administration Ivan Simic (left), Development Minister Mitja Gaspari (centre) and Honorary consul of Croatia and law professor Sime Ivanjko (right), who were voted most respectable experts in their fields for 2009 by users of Tax-Fin-Lex portal taking part in a recession debate.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Former boss of the Tax Administration Ivan Simic (left), Development Minister Mitja Gaspari (centre) and Honorary consul of Croatia and law professor Sime Ivanjko (right), who were voted most respectable experts in their fields for 2009 by users of Tax-Fin-Lex portal taking part in a recession debate.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Former boss of the Tax Administration Ivan Simic (left), Development Minister Mitja Gaspari (centre) and Honorary consul of Croatia and law professor Sime Ivanjko (right), who were voted most respectable experts in their fields for 2009 by users of Tax-Fin-Lex portal taking part in a recession debate.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Development Minister Mitja Gaspari was voted most respectable finance expert in the country for 2009 by users of Tax-Fin-Lex portal.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Former boss of the Tax Administration Ivan Simic was voted most respectable tax expert in the country for 2009 by users of Tax-Fin-Lex portal.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Honorary consul of Croatia and law professor Sime Ivanjko was voted most respectable law expert in the country for 2009 by users of Tax-Fin-Lex portal.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

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