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Weekly Review of the Slovene Economy from 11 to 17 November

Ljubljana, 19 November - Slovenia's economic growth is expected to exceed 6 percent in 2000, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced. Owing to lower average of the U.S. dollar mean rate and a decrease in derivatives purchase quotations, retail prices of petrol in Slovenia decreased by four to six percent. The government chose three mobile telephony concessionaires. After the democratic changes in Yugoslavia, the interest in strengthening economic relations with this country has been growing in Slovenia; a delegation of Serbian business people visited Slovenia this week, while central bank governors of the former Yugoslav republics, including Slovenia, met in Sarajevo to discuss the succession to former Yugoslavia.

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