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Slovenia won't seek bailout says finance minister

Slovenia, whose borrowing costs climbed today to the highest in almost six months, won’t seek aid from other euro-region nations, its finance minister said.

9th July, 2012

Slovenia, whose borrowing costs climbed today to the highest in almost six months, won’t seek aid from other euro-region nations and the issue is off European finance chiefs’ agenda, finance minister Janez Sustersic said.

“Aid to Slovenia isn’t on the agenda and we say clearly that Slovenia won’t ask for help,” Sustersic told journalists before finance ministers met in Brussels today. “We are still considered a stable country, especially if we take...

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