LJUBLJANA Slovenia's parliament confirmed Prime Minister Marjan Sarec's centre-left coalition as the country's first minority government on Thursday, following an inconclusive June general election.
BLED, Slovenia The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) expects its investment in Macedonia and Greece to rise significantly after the two countries manage to solve the dispute regarding Macedonia's name, an EBRD official said.
BLED, Slovenia/BRUSSELS A cautious comment by the EU Brexit negotiator that there could be a deal by November if unrealistic demands are taken off the table boosted sterling on Monday amid new optimism among investors.
LJUBLJANA, Sept 6 Slovenia's new government
plans to maintain the country's plans to sell at least 50
percent of state bank Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB) via a stock
market listing this year and sell a further stake next year, its
incoming finance minister said on Thursday.
LJUBLJANA Slovenian President Borut Pahor expressed his concern on Monday after internet footage showed masked members of an armed group led by a fringe politician conducting training exercises.
LJUBLJANA, Aug 27 Economist Andrej Bertoncelj is
to become Slovenia's finance minister in the minority
centre-left government of Prime Minister designate Marjan Sarec,
a spokeswoman for Sarec's party said on Monday.
LJUBLJANA Slovenia's parliament plans to vote from Aug. 13 to 17 to choose a prime minister - if the president or parliament put any names forward, parliament speaker Matej Tonin said on Friday.
LJUBLJANA Slovenian President Borut Pahor told parliament on Monday he would not nominate a candidate for prime minister as no party held majority support in parliament.
LJUBLJANA, July 19 A state fund will have to
cover possible damages against Slovenian bank Nova Ljubljanska
Banka (NLB) under a law passed by parliament on Thursday, which
was aimed at lifting the price of NLB ahead of its sale.
LJUBLJANA The head of the largest party in Slovenia's parliament, the anti-immigrant Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS), told President Borut Pahor on Thursday he did not yet have sufficient support to become prime minister and form a government.