Finance: Slovene Managers in Favour of Fighting Back
Ljubljana, 23 October - In the aftermath of the general elections, the view of Slovene managers is that a new government should "purge" personnel appointed by the Bajuk government to head companies in which the state has a stake, according to a poll conducted last Thursday and Friday on a sample of 250 general managers and members of the boards which was published in the Monday's issue of business paper Finance. Over 45 percent of those polled would like to see all Bajuk's officials replaced unconditionally, while over 30 percent only want to see those officials replaced that have been appointed before their predecessors' terms expired.
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