Government Adopts Changes to Budget Bill

Ljubljana, 5 April - Changes to the budget bill were adopted by the Slovene government on Thursday, increasing the budget transfers by SIT 10.6 billion (EUR 49.2 million). However, the anticipated deficit is to remain more or less unchanged at less than one percent of Slovenia's GDP. The changes to the budget bill and the changes to the proposal to sell state assets have already been sent to Parliament, according to Finance Minister Anton Rop.

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