Weekly review of events involving Slovenia, 27 May-2 June

Ljubljana, 2 June - Slovenia's GDP grew by 2.5% in the first quarter of the year, when the country's consumer prices continued to drop. The planned privatisation of tissue maker Paloma suffered a major setback as a Polish fund pulled out. The police and government meanwhile signed a deal on pay and promotion demands, prompting the suspension of the six-month strike.

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