Weekly Review of the Slovene Economy from 2 March to 8 March
Ljubljana, 10 March - U.S. decision to introduce 30-percent customs duties on steel will not severely affect Slovenia's steel industry, assessed the Slovene Economics Ministry, as Slovenia mostly exports tool steel. On Monday, a border crossing between Croatia and Bosnia was opened for Slovene oil transporters as well, while Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel and his Croatian counterpart Tonino Picula were optimistic about the up-coming second round of talks on the issue. The Slovene government decided to transfer the license to build the chain of power plants on the lower Sava river to the Holding Slovenske elektrarne (HSE), which is to establish two new companies to carry out the project.
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