Slovene gov't adopts Bill on the central bank

SLOVENIA - The Slovene government on Thursday adopted the bill on the Bank of Slovenia which aims to harmonise Slovenia's legislation in the field to that of the European Union. The bill has been sent to parliament, where MPs are to discuss it in second reading.

According to Finance Ministry State Secretary Darko Tolar, Slovenia's accession to the EU calls for an autonomous central bank, which is coupled with the abolishment of public sector financing in the frame of monetary policies, as well

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