Slovenia Will Not Hire Foreign Loans in Next Two Years, Says Finance Minister
Washington, 29 September - Slovenia will not hire loans abroad in the coming two years, Slovenian Finance Minister Anton Rop said in Washington on Saturday, where he is attending the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB) together with central bank governor Mitja Gaspari. There is no need for fresh loans, as the economic situation is not poor, the interest rates are falling and Slovenia can start paying off the foreign debt with the money it got from selling a 39-percent stake in the state-owned Nova Ljubljanska banka, Rop said.
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