Govt Adopts Scheme for Croatian and Bosnian LB Deposit Holders
Ljubljana, 28 May - The government adopted on Thursday a bill setting up a scheme for repaying Yugoslav era foreign currency deposits to depositors at the defunct LB bank in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia as demanded in last year's ruling by the European Court of Human Rights. Slovenia is to pay an estimated EUR 385m.
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