Subcommittee on Economic and Monetary Affairs Meets in Brussels

Brussels, 3 June - Slovene and EU officials will review the compatibility of Slovenia's legislation with the acquis in statistics and capital flows as well as the current economic situation in Slovenia as they meet for a session of the subcommittee on economic and monetary affairs Monday and Tuesday. The subcommittee is expected to address all topical economic issues, including the efforts to curb inflation, flexibility of the labour market and privatisation, first of all of both leading Slovene banks.

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