Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 13 to 19 September
Ljubljana, 21 September - In rather bad news for the Slovenian economy, the International Monetary Fund substantially downgraded its estimate for Slovenia's GDP growth in 2003, while the Bank of Slovenia revealed that the country's gross indebtedness expanded by more than one billion euros in the first six months of the year. A lively business week saw the supervisory board of food producer Zito dismissing the whole management due to poor half-year results, and the owners of retailer Zivila announcing a deal on the sale of the company's majority stake to be signed next week.
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