Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 27 Aug. to 2 Sept.
Ljubljana, 4 September - Slovenia's largest grocer Mercator was in the spotlight, as two trustees of state assets in companies sold their stakes in it in what the government sees as the state's withdrawal from companies, while the media and the opposition criticise it for lack of transparency. The supervisory board of brewer Pivovarna Lasko appointed Bosko Srot the new chief executive, while two supervisors at drug maker Krka stepped down over a disputable purchase of the company's shares.
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