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Germany's Central Bank Finds Slovenia's Time in ERM II Favourable

Ljubljana, 21 August - Slovenia's successful cooperation in the EU exchange rate mechanism ERM II will depend on whether the devaluation of tolar compared to euro can slow down. First signals are encouraging, although the observation time has been short, the German central bank states in its monthly report.

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