Weekly Review of Slovenia's Economy from 12 through 18 December
Ljubljana, 20 December - The beginning of the week was marked by the introduction of a new tariff system for electricity as well as price rises in railway transport and car insurance. Attention was focused on lively developments in the capital integration of Slovene companies. Mercator published the size of its stake in the rival company Emona Merkur and its shares in two smaller trade companies; the supervisory board of Kranj-based Zivila confirmed the company's merger; reasons for closer cooperation were explained by Pivovarna Lasko brewery and Radenska; Maribor-based NKBM bank bought a share in Dolenjska banka, while further processes of uniting are signaled in also in the food-processing industry.
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