The Republic of Slovenia's Financial Assets

What assets does Slovenia as legal entity possess is one of the questions that has been raised very frequently, particularly in connection with the privatization of state-owned assets bill as well as, with a potential closing of a so called "privatization gap" which might be filled by privatizing part of state-owned assets. The Ministry of Finance holds information about the state-owned financial assets. Gathering the information on assets value of legal entities of which the state is a founder or in which it has a capital share and drawing up an iventory of debts and investments, the ministry compiled a data base of the state-owned assets. Data on the state-owned financial assets' value is unavailable at present, being labeled as confidential. Interesting are some findings of State Secretary of state-owned means trusteeship in the Ministry of Finance Lucija Gregorčič. During a process of data gathering, an insufficient definition of state-owned assets was hit upon, as well as several missing pre-statutory documents and considerable legal vagueness.

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