Maribor, 26 February - It has been known for some time that the cooperation between the government and Bank of Slovenia is not exactly brilliant. The governor has been repeating for over a year that the central bank itself will not be able to keep inflation down, reduce the interest rates or regulate the exchange rate, particularly now that Slovenia is to start full-membership negotiations with the EU, Thursday's issue of Delo writes. Slovenia will have to open up its market as globalization processes demand a free movement of capital, which Slovenia has been "protected from" by the central bank.
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