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Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from 20 to 26 October

Ljubljana, 28 October - News on privatisation of two Slovene banks echoed the most in the past week. Three international financial institutions are interested in purchasing the government's stake in the largest Slovene bank Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB), while Banka Koper is to be sold to Italy's SanPaolo IMI bank already next week, according to daily Finance. A lot of attention was also paid to Austria's decision to ban electricity from 20 countries, including Slovenia, as of 1 October. This information was disclosed only this week at the Regional Business Centre Point (RBCP) at Bled.

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