Weekly Review of Slovenia's Economic Activities from 23 through 30 November
Ljubljana, 1 December - Slovenia's government approved higher electricity prices, introduced a tax on carbon dioxide air pollution and changed conditions for lending surfaces along motorways for the construction of supporting service facilities, at its last session with full mandate before Thursday's founding session of the new Parliament.
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