Bank Crisis: External Factors Made Worse by Domestic Causes
Ljubljana, 10 December - The Slovenian bank crisis is the result of an interplay of internal and external factors. Banks have been dragged down by a credit and property boom-and-bust triggered by the global financial crisis, which came against the backdrop of dominant state ownership of banks and companies, poor corporate governance and foot-dragging.
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