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Weekly Review of the Slovene Economy from 15 to 21 September

Ljubljana, 23 September - The government made headlines this week with three notable projects: the sale of the largest Slovene bank, the filling of the privatisation gap and the sale of bankrupt shoemaker Peko. Furthermore, Slovene economist continued to forecast the effects that last week's terrorist attacks against the U.S. would have on the Slovene economy, agreeing that significant direct effects are not expected to be felt. However, first signs that there are going to be some effects were seen early in the week, as the price of petrol across Slovenia soared on average by 4 percent.

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