Review of the Slovene Economy from 3 to 9 August
Ljubljana, 11 August - Two of Slovenia's largest insurance comanies grabbed most of the business headlines in the country this week. It was first the turn of the management of the largest compulsory health insurer, Vzajemna, to defend itself against accusations of wrongdoing and extremely high wages. Also facing accusations of wrongdoing and a demand that its CEO step down, the supervisory board of Slovenia's leading insurance company, Triglav, decided that it would not implement the demand of the insurance watchdog.
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