Bankers Say Slovenians Afraid to Sell Poor Investments
Portorož, 16 May - A panel of bankers underlined in Portorož on Wednesday that Slovenia was holding on to bad investments because it was afraid to sell, which was a great weakness. They moreover dismissed the general belief that banks did not provide loans for companies, stressing that profitable firms had no problems in taking out loans.
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