Central bank finds credit and income risks increasing

Ljubljana, 16 April - The liquidity of the Slovenian banking system is currently favourable, but the trends are not favourable, the central bank says in its latest report. With macro-economic risks, high credit and income risks are coming into the forefront, Banka Slovenije deputy governor Primož Dolenc said on Friday.

The headquarters of the Slovenian central bank, Banka Slovenije.
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