Vecer Wonders Whether Slovenia Will See Devaluation
Maribor, 4 May - Noting how motorway toll, postage and rail fares went up on 1 May, the daily Vecer wonders whether Slovenia could experience the same sort of phenomenon that the eurozone countries faced when they changed their currencies for euro cash on 1 January 2002 and were horrified to see all prices rounded up.
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