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Slovenia doing "all it can" to borrow from markets

Slovenia, which hasn’t sold any benchmark debt this year, is doing “all it can” to ensure its return to borrowing markets, Finance Minister Janez Sustersic said in Ljubljana today.

2nd October, 2012

Slovenia, which hasn’t sold any benchmark debt this year, is doing “all it can” to ensure its return to borrowing markets, Finance Minister Janez Sustersic said in Ljubljana today.

“We are not talking about bonds only, but the whole package of reforms that are on course to be implemented,” Sustersic told reporters after the International Monetary Fund completed its visit to the country. “Details on when, on which markets and in...

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