For our last edition of the decade, we open up with a column by Goran Novaković, CEO of the Slovenian Business Club, who contemplates whether the Slovenian society has enough enterprise and whether we are ambitious enough to become enterprising. This is precisely what this edition of The Slovenia Times is all about.
Those who travelled to Beijing for the forum included: Russia's President Vladimir Putin; Myanmar's State Counsellor, Aung San Suu Kyi; Turkey's President; Recep Tayyip Erdoğan; Germany's Minister for Economics and Energy, Brigitte Zypries; Serbia's Prime Minister and President-elect, Aleksandar Vučić; America's top Asia policymaker, Matthew Pottinger; Secretary General of the United Nations,
Joint measures on the troubled Croatian-based company Agrokor will be considered at a Wednesday meeting in Belgrade of the trade ministers from Serbia [Rasim Lajic], Slovenia [Zdravko Pocivalsek], Bosnia [Mirko Sarovic] and Montenegro [Dragica Sekulic].
Minister Ljajic did not respond to BIRN's queries about whether Croatian representatives had also been invited to Belgrade.
"A meeting was held in a very positive atmosphere today between representatives of [state assets custodians] BAMC and SSH and Cimos's clients," BAMC, the Slovenian bad bank, wrote today after it become clear a few days ago that the Italian fund Palladio Finanziaria would not acquire the indebted company.