Weekly review of events involving Slovenia, 3-9 November

Ljubljana, 10 November - Ahead of PM Cerar's trip to Brussels, the government decided to try to avoid selling the NLB bank and its Balkan subsidiaries by proposing that NLB pay compensation to the state instead. Slovenia's GDP outlook was improved further, while the Paradise Papers made only limited impact locally. A poll showed President Pahor will be reelected on Sunday.

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