Vecer: We're Gonna Pay, I Suppose

Maribor, 31 May - Nova Ljubljanska banka, Slovenia's largest bank, is to remain in Slovene hands. Several government coalitions have tried to complete bank privatisation, but the time seemed not to be right. All of a sudden the matter seems to be urgent, probably for two reasons: public finance problems and the pressure from the EU and the World Bank. Is Brussels actually decisive enought for Slovenia to do exactly what it is told, a Maribor-based daily wonders on Thursday.

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