Prime Minister Dispels Worries about High Unemployment and Inflation

Ljubljana, 19 March - The higher inflation rate was expected, the unemployment data are not the worst and strike threats are worrying as they could trigger a chain reaction in other trade unions as well, is what Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek said on Tuesday, while attending a regular questions-and-answers round at the beginning of a new parliament's session. Asked about Slovenia and NATO membership, Drnovsek said that a referendum should be held on the issue.

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