IMF Official Thinks Slovenia Can Solve Its Problems

Washington, 17 April - Jorg Decressin, senior advisor in the IMF's research department, told the press in Washington on Tuesday that Slovenia's problems could be fixed easier than in some other eurozone countries because the country has a relatively low debt-to-GDP ratio. But the problems of the banking sector must be tackled immediately.

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