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Business Press Review 1:00

Večer critical of Cimos management

The social bomb of car industry supplier Cimos did not start ticking yesterday, it is a result of years of misguided staffing policies, guided by returning of favours and by personal gains, the daily Večer says in Wednesday's commentary entitled Stupid.

Politics 0:30

Slovenia expects no warnings from Commission in economic policy report

The European Commission is to release on Wednesday its latest package of documents analysing the economic and financial situation in EU members sates, including an assessment of remaining imbalances. Finance Minister Mateja Vraničar Erman expects no serious warnings for Slovenia, since the situation in the country is improving.

Business 0:30

Sovereign Holding to get full-term CEO

The supervisory board of the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) is due to meet on Wednesday after all, in order the make the long-overdue appointment of a full-fledged management board chairman.

Business Feb 21, 2017, 21:09

Slovenia still hoping Cimos deal can be salvaged

Slovenia is hopeful the privatisation of Cimos can proceed after Croatian Finance Minister Zdravko Marić told Slovenia's Mateja Vraničar Erman on Tuesday that Croatia no longer had any reservations about the deal. The matter "can still be resolved favourably," Vraničar Erman said.

Business Feb 21, 2017, 19:48

Commissioner Hogan to meet Teran producers next week

European Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan will meet Slovenian producers of the Teran wine next Tuesday to explain the European Commission's decision to allow Croatian winemakers to use the same name for its wine despite Slovenia's geographic protection of origin of the Teran wine from the Kras region.

Business Feb 21, 2017, 16:54

NLB bank sells its 3% stake in Petrol to the state

The state-owned NLB bank sold a package of its 63,183 shares in energy company Petrol to the state, the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) said on Tuesday. According to unofficial media reports, the 3.03% stake was sold for EUR 20m.

Business Feb 21, 2017, 16:11

Slovenian banks almost tripled net profit in 2016

Banks in Slovenia almost tripled net profit to EUR 344.3m in 2016. Profit before tax was up by almost 140% to EUR 379.4m. Banks' revenue was lower than in 2015, while profit was up due to lower impairments and provisions.