S&P Places Slovenia's Rating on Watch over Referendum Demands
London, 6 November - The rating agency Standard&Poor's (S&P) has announced the possibility of a new downgrade on Slovenia's credit ratings, pointing to recent referendum demands by the opposition which it says "raise questions about the government's ability to implement overdue economic and financial sector structural reforms".
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