Central Bank Urges Measures To Calm Markets, Minister Sees No Need for Bailout
Ljubljana, 15 November - The Slovenian central bank concluded on Tuesday that decision-makers in Slovenia should speedily adopt and implement economic measures that will help lower the required yield on Slovenia's bonds. Development Minister Mitja Gaspari meanwhile repeated that Slovenia does not need international aid.
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