Stress Tests: Slovenia Can Fix Banks without International Aid

Ljubljana, 12 December - The long-awaited results of bank stress tests showed Thursday that Slovenia will be able to fix its banking system without international aid, though taxpayers will have to chip in over three billion euros to recapitalise the three largest banks, the equivalent of just under 10% of GDP.

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