Review of Slovenia's Economy from 14 to 20 December
Ljubljana, 22 December - The lawmakers finally adopted the amended budget for 2003 and the 2004 supplementary budget last week, after the new government cabinet was sworn in. The cabinet will have no time to rest, as the Constitutional Court decided that the bilateral agreement with Croatia on the Krsko nuclear power plant is not unconstitutional as some MPs claimed. Slovenian officials were not only focused on the home scene, however, as a mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) came to Slovenia for regular annual consultations, while a Russian economic delegation examined ways of boosting bilateral trade.
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