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Slovenia central bank will fight covering losses from 2013 bank rescue

16 Oct 2019

LJUBLJANA, Oct 16 The Bank of Slovenia said on Wednesday it would mount a legal challenge if parliament passed a law requiring it to cover all possible repayments to those who lost their investments when the government propped up tottering banks in 2013.

Bank of Slovenia to impose restrictions on surging consumer loans

09 Oct 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenia's central bank said on Wednesday it will impose restrictions on consumer loans to curb "excessive" credit growth and protect borrowers from becoming overindebted.

Slovenia's Adria Airways files for bankruptcy

30 Sep 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenian airline Adria Airways has filed for bankruptcy and canceled all flights, it said in a statement on Monday, after financial problems forced it to ground most of its planes over the last week.

Slovenia's indebted Adria Airways cancels most flights until Monday

27 Sep 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenia's debt-laden Adria Airways said on Friday it was cancelling most of its weekend flights and many scheduled for Monday as it battles to hang on to its operating licence.

Slovenian regulator gives Adria a week to present plan to keep flying

25 Sep 2019

LJUBLJANA Slovenia's Civil Aviation Agency has given Adria Airways until Oct. 2 to present a financial plan in order to keep its operating licence, the head of the agency said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-Slovenia's Adria Airways grounds flights due to shortage of cash

24 Sep 2019

* Adria says seeking potential investor (Updates with ministry quote, Polish national team affected)

Slovenia c.bank sees low economic growth in coming months

04 Sep 2019

LJUBLJANA, Sept 4 Slovenian central bank expects low economic growth to continue throughout this year due to slowdown in the rest of the eurozone, adding prospect for the export sector "have worsened significantly" in the summer.

North Macedonia expects date for EU accession talks in October

03 Sep 2019

BLED, Slovenia North Macedonia expects to get a date for the start of EU accession talks in October and is worried the Balkans region would be discouraged about reform if discussions do not begin, its foreign minister said on Tuesday.

Slovenia GDP growth slows to 2.5% year-on-year in second quarter

30 Aug 2019

LJUBLJANA, Aug 30 Slovenia's economy expanded 2.5% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2019 compared with 3.3% in the first quarter, boosted by growth in exports and investments, the statistics office said on Friday.

Slovenia court ruling enables first bank bail-in repayment

23 Aug 2019

LJUBLJANA, Aug 23 A Slovenian appellate court has upheld a verdict by a lower court that a local bank had to repay two owners of subordinated bonds scrapped during Slovenia's 2013/14 bank overhaul, raising the possibility that more bondholders might be repaid.

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