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Ljubljana, 29 December - As the year is drawing to an end, Slovenia has sped up settling relations with the foreign creditors by adopting relevant laws. What Slovenia hopes to get from this is mainly to confirm before the international financial and political community the image of a serious country, but also to get a two-third consensus with the conditions of contracting a part of the ex-Yugoslavia's debt to the foreign commercial banks, along with the settlement of guarantees for the loans taken by Slovenia at the Paris Club members and the U.S export-import bank Exim, Večer writes Friday.
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