Review of the Slovenian Economy from 31 August to 6 September
Ljubljana, 8 September - Slovenian farmers staged a mass protest in the Slovenian capital for the second time in a period of less than two months. The protest attempted to highlight what farmers claim are the tough conditions for the country's agriculture and warned of potentially disastrous consequences for the farming sector if Slovenia should enter the EU under current conditions. Making business headlines this week was the conclusion of the first phase of the NLB privatisation. Slovenia's largest bank thus got a new supervisory board, while the two new owners - Belgium's KBC and the EBRD - paid their purchase fee.
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