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Slovenia says PIMCO bought its November bond issue
Slovenia's finance ministry said on Friday that Pimco, which runs the world's largest bond fund, bought its closed November bond issue worth 1.5 billion euros ($2 billion). The 3-year bond yielding 4.7 percent was issued less than a month before Slovenia was due to reveal external stress tests of its banks which would show whether the country could avoid an international bailout. Slovenia said ...(4/18/2014 10:12:17 AM)
Slovenia's first Roma restaurant offers hope, integration
Maribor (Slovenia) (AFP) - "Come hungry and with an open heart," urge flyers advertising Slovenia's first Roma restaurant. More than impressing food critics, the Romani Kafenava (Roma coffeeshop), which opened last week in the northern city of Maribor, aims to build ties with the local community and offer hope to an impoverished minority. And future customers should bear that in mind," Stefan ...(4/16/2014 1:07:05 AM)
Slovenia PM to seek confidence vote
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP) — Slovenia's prime minister says she will seek a confidence vote for her government which has been battling a financial crisis in a bid to avoid an international bailout.(4/4/2014 8:55:22 AM)
Slovenia's ruling party to choose new leader on April 25
By Marja Novak LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek's Positive Slovenia party will elect a new leadership on April 25, the party said on Thursday, a move that will determine the future of Bratusek's coalition government. If Bratusek is not re-elected as party president, it could bring down her center-left government and create new trouble for the country that barely avoided an ...(4/10/2014 11:35:11 AM)
Slovenia Seeks Bids for Telekom Slovenije in Asset Sale Push
Slovenia is seeking bids for a majority stake in Telekom Slovenije d.d., the most valuable of 15 companies the government wants to sell and raise cash after a 3.2 billion-euro ($4.4 billion) bank bailout.(4/2/2014 7:26:57 AM)
Slovenia Raising Debt at Record Pace in 2nd 2014 Offering
Slovenia is raising debt at its fastest pace on record as the nation plans the sale of 2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in bonds, less than two months after it last went to the market, to tap lower borrowing costs.(4/1/2014 6:41:39 AM)
Slovenian bond issue throws spotlight on promised reforms
* Slovenia trying to remake economy having avoided bailout LJUBLJANA, April 3 (Reuters) - Slovenia has dodged an international bailout, recapitalised state-owned banks on its own and already raised enough money on the bond market to cover its spending needs for this year. The first ex-Yugoslav republic to join the euro zone is also addressing its hefty government bond obligations, taking ...(4/3/2014 8:25:19 AM)
Slovenia Output Prices Fall Further
Slovenia's output prices continued to decline in March, figures from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia showed Friday.(4/18/2014 6:24:17 AM)
Slovenian lenders expected to pass EU tests - central bank
Slovenia's banks are expected to pass this year's European Union-wide stress tests, Bank of Slovenia vice-governor Stanislava Zadravec Caprirolo told a banking conference on Wednesday. The central European country narrowly avoided an international bailout in December by pumping 3.3 billion euros (2.7 billion pounds) into its mostly state-owned banks, but Zadravec said the economic forecast on ...(4/16/2014 6:28:05 AM)
Slovenia to get its first Bollywood flashmob
Ljubljana (Slovenia), April 2 (IANS) Marion Trotté, a French filmmaker based here, is not just an Indophile but a Hindi movie buff who has been, since a year, collecting videos about events related to India, especially on the happenings in Bollywood. Trotte' wants to host a first-of-its-kind Bollywood flashmob in the Slovenian capital to bring fans of Hindi cinema together for a documentary he ...(4/2/2014 3:35:00 AM)
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