Adjusting Monetary and Financial Systems before Joining the EU
Ljubljana, 11 February - In the field of finances Slovenia has to ensure the free movement of capital, reform its fiscal policy, stabilise its public finances and guarantee effective control over the public spending in order to meet requirements set for joining the EU single market, Bank of Slovenia Vice-Governor Andrej Rant said Thursday at the meeting of the Slovene Economists' Association.
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