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Vasle: ECB ready to adjust instruments to get closer to inflation goal

11 Apr 2019

LJUBLJANA The European Central Bank is "ready to adjust all its instruments" to ensure inflation gets closer to the ECB's inflation goal in a sustainable way, ECB governing council member Bostjan Vasle said on Thursday.

Vasle - ECB ready to adjust instruments to get closer to inflation goal

11 Apr 2019

LJUBLJANA The European Central Bank is "ready to adjust all its instruments" to ensure inflation gets closer to the ECB's inflation goal in a sustainable way, ECB governing council member Bostjan Vasle said on Thursday.

Slovenia plans to raise exports by almost 30 pct by 2025

10 Apr 2019

BRDO PRI KRANJU, Slovenia, April 10 Slovenia plans to increase exports to 50 billion euros ($56.34 billion) by 2025 from last year's record 39 billion euro by supporting exporters and ensuring a stable and competitive economic environment, the country's economy minister said.

Serbia's AIK highest bidder for Slovenian state-owned Abanka -report

27 Mar 2019

LJUBLJANA, March 27 Serbian bank AIK made the highest bid for state-owned Abanka with a 450 million euro ($507 million) offer for Slovenia's third-largest lender, TV Slovenia reported on Wednesday,

Slovenian government coalition signs agreement with Left party

20 Mar 2019

LJUBLJANA The five parties of the Slovenian center-left government coalition signed an agreement of cooperation with the opposition Left party to secure support for its main projects over the next year, the six parties said on Wednesday.

Slovenia set to run surplus, reduce debt: finance minister

13 Mar 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenia plans to continue to run budgets at a surplus in the coming years, with a surplus of 0.6 percent of gross domestic product forecast this year after 0.8 percent in 2018, Finance Minister Andrej Bertoncelj told Reuters on Wednesday.

Slovenia health minister quits in new blow to minority government

08 Mar 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenia's health minister resigned on Friday, becoming the fourth minister to leave the center-left minority government and raising concerns about its ability to survive until the next scheduled election in 2022.

Bank of Slovenia says cannot pay damages over 2013 rescue

04 Mar 2019

LJUBLJANA, March 4 The Bank of Slovenia said on Monday it is not liable to pay damages in any court case arising from the overhaul in 2013 of the banking system, arguing that it would contraven European Union rules on state aid.

Slovenian PM says government in talks to secure support for budget

01 Feb 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenian center-left Prime Minister Marjan Sarec said on Friday that his minority government will quit if parliament does not pass its 2019 budget plan in March but that it was holding talks with various factions to secure their support.

Court of Audit to examine Slovenian central bank

29 Jan 2019

LJUBLJANA, Jan 29 The Slovenian Court of Audit, which supervises state accounts and public spending, plans to audit the Bank of Slovenia for the first time, the court told Reuters on Tuesday.

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