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Central bank sticking to its lending curbs

Ljubljana, 6 November - Slovenia's central bank has rejected criticism of lending curbs on households that took effect on 1 November, with its leadership arguing that lending trends simply have become too risky and threatened to undermine financial stability if left unchecked.

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Primož Dolenc, vice-governor of the Slovenian central bank.
Photo: Bor Slana
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