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Isonzo Front


Politics Press Review 1:00

Večer questions NLB sale

Because the NLB bank, as the biggest state-owned bank, has always been prey to political, economic and other elites, it remains possible that the ongoing attempt to sell it will somehow be undermined, the daily Večer comments on Tuesday in Banking Games.

Business 0:30

GZS hosting investment conference, foreign company summit

Representatives of companies in Slovenian and foreign ownership, the government and the European Commission will meet at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) in Ljubljana on Tuesday to discuss financing of investments in companies and how to attract foreign investors.

Business May 29, 2017, 19:08

Govt against additional guarantees for NLB bank

The government rejected on Monday a motion by the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) to extend additional guarantees to NLB bank in order to minimise the impact of lawsuits over Yugoslav-era deposits that are seen as a potential burden on the bank's forthcoming privatisation.

Business May 29, 2017, 17:53

Former NLB execs defend conduct, deny responsibility

Two former senior executives of NLB bank defended their conduct in the run-up to the bank bailout and rejected responsibility for the bank capital shortfall as they appeared before a parliamentary inquiry commission on Monday.

Business May 29, 2017, 15:36

SBI TOP slightly lower

The SBI TOP index of blue chips on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange closed 0.39% lower at 785.95 points in mixed trading on Monday. Accounting for the bulk of EUR 1.35m in total trade were pharma company Krka (-0.17% to EUR 52.80), reinsurer Sava Re (-0.75% to EUR 15.85) and insurer Zavarovalnica Triglav (+0.41% to EUR 27.21).

Business May 29, 2017, 15:35

Survey: Employers announce 2% growth in employment

A survey conducted by the Employment Service sees Slovenian employers as optimistic regarding employment in the next six months, announcing a 2% growth in employment. They are expected to open a total of around 12,700 jobs.