Review of Slovenia's Economy from 22 to 28 February
Ljubljana, 2 March - The parliament ratified the Slovenian-Croatian agreement on the status of the jointly-constructed Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK). Meanwhile, Slovenian consumers were scared again this week, first when the Veterinary Administration discovered presence of a banned hormone in pork meat imported from the Netherlands. The second scare came at the end of the week when inspectors found the banned antibiotic Chloramphenicol in milk of Mariborske mlekarne dairy. However, the authorities reassured the consumers that neither of contaminated food products reached the shelves. Moreover, additional tests of some milk samples proved negative. The National Statistical Office reported that the February inflation rate stood at 0.5 percent.
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