Slovene Parliament Adopts Two Laws to Fix Settlement of Slovene Obligations from Former Yugoslavia's Debt

Slovene Parliament adopted, at its Wednesday's session, two laws which aim at fixing the settlement of Slovenia's obligations as regards former Yugoslavia's debt to the Paris club member countries and to the U. S. Export-Import Bank (Exim Bank). Through these laws Slovenia is expected to consolidate its position in the international finance community, Mitja Gaspari, Finance Minister believes.

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