Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 24 to 30 May
Ljubljana, 1 June - Allegations surfaced last week that Slovenia's leading mobile telephony provider Mobitel has been bribed to hire the Swedish mobile network equipment maker Ericsson for the construction of the UMTS network. Mobitel, which was in 2001 the only one to be granted the UMTS license in the country for SIT 22bn (EUR 94m), rejected the allegations. The story of the tainted milk in Slovenia seems to be coming to an end, as the Veterinary Administration assured the press that the situation has improved despite some new cases of Chloramphenicol in the milk. And as to finance, the Statistics Office revealed that May's inflation stood at 0.5 percent.
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