Vecer on the Nova Ljubljanska Banka Debts to Savers in the Former Yugoslavia

Ljubljana, 9 September - The leadership of the Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB) is well aware that with the gradual resolution of the issue of unpaid savings accounts in the countries of the former Yugoslavia the bank could quite easily and cheaply gain a good share of the banking system in Croatia, which is beacuse of objective and subjective reasons in a crisis and before a collapse. The same can be said for Bosnia and Macedonia, writes Saturday's edition of Vecer.

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