Weekly Review of Economic Activities in Slovenia from 15 through 22 June
Ljubljana, 22 June - At the 45th extraordinary session which lasted seven days deputies of the Slovene parliament passed and amended a number of laws which the government prepared in order to disburden Slovene economy and encourage its competitiveness. The measures will disburden particularly those branches of industry which need to be disburdened most, for instance, textile and leather industry and electricity suppliers. According to Slovene Premier Janez Drnovšek, in 1996 Slovenia is to have a steady economic growth, slightly lower than it was estimated, but still higher than most European countries.
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