Finance Looks at Consequences of the Great Influx of Foreign Currency into Slovenia
Ljubljana, 26 February - The monetary authorities are sounding the alarm bell because of the overwhelming influx of foreign currency into Slovenia. If the influx exceeds a certain limit, the Bank of Slovenia will be unable to neutralise the effects. The tolar exchange rate could then soar, which would destroy a number of exporters who are already operating on the verge of profitability, the business daily Finance writes on Tuesday.
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