Review of the Slovenian Economy from 19 to 26 April
Ljubljana, 27 April - The state-run Slovenian Restitution Fund (SOD) transferred SIT 8.5bn (EUR 36.6m) of fresh capital to the insurance company Zavarovalnica Triglav and became provisionally entrusted with 85.136 percent of the insurer's public capital. After over a year of negotiations the Slovenian social partners signed the social agreement, thus producing the first document dealing comprehensively with facets of social affairs in seven years. Meanwhile, the government decided that the average price of one kWh for consumers after 1 May is to stand at SIT 19.47 (EUR 0.08), and the nation-wide retail pricing model for petrol is to be adjusted fortnightly again.
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