Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from 17 through 23 April
Ljubljana, 25 April - Appointments were the dominant practice of the past week, with changes having been made in both the government and the economy. The Parliament appointed Tea Petrin, a professor with Ljubljana's Economics Faculty, as the new minister of economics on 20 April after her predecessor, Metod Dragonja, tendered his resignation in early March. Dragonja returned to his previous place of employment to be appointed chairman of the board of Ljubljana's pharmaceuticals maker Lek. The company also made other personnel changes. Janja Bratos and Marko Podbevsek were named members of the board, while Metka Karner Lukac was dismissed from the post of general manager by the supervisory board upon proposal from the council of the employees.
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