Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 28 June to 4 July
Ljubljana, 6 July - September is likely to see a referendum in which voters are to decide whether shops should be closed on Sundays; on Monday, 7 July, the shop workers' trade union is expected to hand to the speaker of parliament the necessary signatures collected in support of its referendum initiative. After the country recorded the lowest monthly inflation rate this year in June - that of 0.3% - railway transport, cigarettes and the annual duty on the use of roads went up this week. On Friday, 4 July, an emergency bill to eliminate the consequences of 2003 draught, frost and hailstorms was filed to parliament.
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