Slovenia Must Introduce the Pension System Reform, Ease the Inflation Pressures and Increase the Competitiveness of its Economy
Ljubljana, 9 June - SEMINAR/DUN/BRADSTREET
According to the analyst of the British Agency Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Philip Nicol, who prepares monthly reports on the country risk indicator, the key tasks which Slovenia faces on its way to the European Union are to continue restructuring business, the financial and bank sectors, to introduce the value added tax, to let in capital flows and adopt anti-trust legislation.
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