Think-Tank Blames Stimulus, Banks, Poor Confidence for Slovenia's Woes
Washington, 12 September - A report by the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a Washington, DC-based think-tank, finds three primary culprits for Slovenia's current economic problems: an irresponsible fiscal policy during the crisis, state ownership of the big banks, and lack of confidence in the eurozone.
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