Review of Slovenia's Economy from 23 to 29 June

Ljubljana, 1 July - Shareholders of Pomurska banka surprisingly rejected on 26 June the proposed takeover bid by Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB), which already owns close to 46 percent of the bank. However the rejection is not expected to cause delays in the privatisation of NLB, the largest Slovene bank, as Pomurska banka shareholders are to hold another assembly in August. The Slovene and Croatian negotiating teams also met this week to start determining the particularities of the bilateral agreement on the ownership and status of the Krsko nuclear power plant.

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