Slovenia Gets Ready for Euro Conversion
Ljubljana, 12 September - Slovenia is intensively preparing for the conversion of current currencies of the twelve EMU member countries to the euro. Although the country is not a member of the euro-zone, a large share of savings is handled in European currencies, especially the Deutsche mark, meaning that the conversion will also affect Slovenia. However, this should not cause too much trouble, given the fact that Slovenia has had to undergo currency conversions twice in its recent history, a senior Bank of Slovenia official told Wednesday's press conference.
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