The Economist's Round Table Winds Up at Bled

Bled, 17 September - ECONOMIST/ROUND/TABLE
A two-day round-table discussion, organized for the second consecutive year by The Economist Conferences in cooperation with Slovenia's government, wound up at Bled, north-west, on Wednesday. As the discussion showed, Slovenia will have to allow a moderate influx of foreign capital amounting to US$ 350 to US$ 400 million a year, William Crisp, vice-chairman of the British company, said at a news conference following the panel at Grand hotel Toplice.

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