Three Domestic Banks Interested in Struggling SIB
Ljubljana, 25 March - Three Slovenian banks have made non-binding bids for a nearly 79-percent of SIB, one of the smallest banks in the country, which has however been in the centre of a scandal recently. The bank was purchased by the Ljubljana municipality through one of its public utilities at a much higher price than it was actually worth.
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