Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from 10 through 16 July

Ljubljana, 18 July - The absence of a negotiated agreement on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK) was claimed by official sources to be the main reason for postponing the meeting of Slovene and Croatian government delegations this week, at which the countries were to sign the NEK agreement and the bilateral property agreement. Following their meeting on Friday, Economics Ministers of Slovenia and Croatia, Tea Petrin and Nenad Porges, were positive about the progress made by negotiating teams, announcing the tams would settle the remaining problems over the next days.

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