Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 31 May to 6 June
Ljubljana, 8 June - Slovenia's largest dairy, Ljubljanske Mlekarne, on Wednesday brought to a halt the for a day the purchase of milk, claiming their facilities are overloaded. The decision angered farmers, which demanded that they be paid for the milk which they were subsequently forced to destroy. Meanwhile, Slovenian farmers continued to suffer damage as fire blight spread around various parts of the country. The plant disease has caused so much damage, that Agriculture Minister Franci But said it reached the proportions of a natural disaster.
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