Slovenia Ranks High in EU by Contingent Liabilities
Luxembourg, 10 February - Slovenia's general government contingent liabilities amounted to just over 111% of GDP in 2013 due to state ownership of banks, which is the third highest figure in the EU after Germany and the Netherlands, data from Eurostat shows.
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