PM Says Rating Cut Answers Those Who said Govt Measures Rushed
Ljubljana, 5 August - Prime Minister Janez Janša has said the latest cut in Slovenia's credit ratings by the Moody's and S&P agencies is a response to those who said the government was rushing with its measures. Leader of the junior coalition People's Party (SLS) Radovan Žerjav has meanwhile called for parties to reach consensus on key measures.
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