Slovenia must either overhaul or shut down its over-indebted companies to revive the economy after fixing the financial industry, central bank Governor Bostjan Jazbec said.
Slovenia sold its first dollar- denominated notes since an overhaul of the nation’s banking industry last year helped reduce the risk of a bailout.
Kosovo started rationing water in the capital Pristina and other cities in the Balkan nation as a dearth of rain and snow reduced reservoir supply levels.
Power markets across 15 European nations from the U.K. to Finland were linked today in their biggest transformation since liberalization in the 1990s.
Olympic teams including those of Hungary, Italy, Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia said they received “terror threats” weeks before the 2014 winter games in Russia. The Olympic ruling body said it may have been a hoax.
The Slovenian stock exchange will offer companies that list shares in Ljubljana the opportunity to have a secondary listing on the Vienna bourse.
Slovenia must carry out “more ambitious” government job cuts and reduce social spending to offset bank clean-up costs and lower government debt, the International Monetary Fund said.
Mercator Poslovni Sistem d.d., the largest supermarket chain in the Balkans, soared the most in almost five years as its owners neared the decision to sell the company to Agrokor d.d.
Mercator Poslovni Sistem d.d. , the largest publicly traded retailer in the Balkans, reversed earlier losses in Ljubljana, gaining the most in a week.
Slovenia started cleaning up its banking industry after a stress test showed the nation can recapitalize its lenders without outside assistance.