Weekly Review of Slovenia's Economy from 21 to 27 July
Ljubljana, 29 July - After the coalition partners had failed to agree on whether a holding company of Slovene power stations would be based in Ljubljana or Maribor, the government decided at its last session before holidays by outvoting that the company would be based in Ljubljana. Contrary to expectations, the parliamentary foreign affairs committee did not discuss a draft agreement on the Slovene-Croatian Krsko nuclear power plant (NEK). The agreement is to be put on its agenda after the summer recess.
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