Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 21 to 27 May
Ljubljana, 29 May - Heated debates continue over the proposed introduction of a 20% flat tax after 2007, when Slovenia is set to adopt the euro as the national currency. Yet the government stole the show this week with the proposal that double pricing (in euros and tolars) be made mandatory as of March 2006. Meanwhile, the stock market was stuck virtually motionless although companies published solid Q1 results. Analysts say the limbo has to do with poor liquidity prompted by meagre inflows in mutual funds.
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