Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 2 to 8 July

Ljubljana, 10 July - The government started drafting the budgets for 2006 and 2007 this week, with guidelines projecting a steady drop in public debt. The cabinet is also rushing to secure the country's division to two regions for the purposes of drawing the EU's cohesion funds. Despite the coalition's urging for unity on this crucial project, the opposition insists that a three-region division would be better. The week was also marked by continuing reshuffles on the board of the country's largest companies, as Luka Koper got a new supervisory board and Abanka Vipa chairman resigned.

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