Review of Slovenia's Economy from 2 to 8 November

Ljubljana, 10 November - This week marks the end of a long Zavarovalnica Triglav story. This largest Slovenian insurer decided not to appeal the decision of the Agency for Insurance Supervision that the company's CEO and CFO must leave for failure to comply with the insurance watchdog's demands. Another long story has come to an end, as Slovenian and Yugoslav flag carriers finally reached an agreement on the re-establishment of scheduled flights between the two capitals after a decade of jet-free skies. Also getting an epilogue is Novartis's takeover of Slovenian drug maker Lek; the Swiss company already holds 75 percent of Lek. But as many stories run out, new ones emerge. This week it was speculations that household appliances maker Gorenje has become a target of a takeover bid.

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