Review of Slovenian Economy from July 4 to 9

Ljubljana, 8 July - Slovenian and Croatian Prime Ministers discussed open questions between the countries at Brdo near Kranj on Friday. Among other topics, they tackled the Ljubljanska banka debt to Croatian citizens and the ownership of the Krško nuclear power plant. Ministers of Economy of both countries talked about the Krško plant in Opatija, Croatia, on Monday and Tuesday. Croatia insists on sharing the ownership at a ratio half to Slovenia and half to Croatia, while Slovenia estimates that the Croatian side should only get 30 per cent.

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