Slovenia should insist on IMF formula

There are no sound reasons for changing the IMF formula to divide the assets which used to belong to the former Yugoslavia and are currently deposited in the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), said the parliamentary finance committee on Jan. 24.

The committee also tasked Bank of Slovenia Governor France Arhar to resume talks on the assets with the rest of successor states on that basis. A total of 46 tonnes of gold, 8000 BIS shares and three foreign currency deposits totalling roughly

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