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Het Europees Semester 2015: de resultaten

Het Europees Semester 2015 loopt ten einde. Het aantal buitensporigetekortprocedures neemt weer iets af en wederom ontsnappen alle landen waarin excessieve macro-economische onevenwichtigheden zijn geconstateerd aan een straf.

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Country Report Slovenia (Engelstalig)

Slovenia avoided a sovereign bail-out last year, as an asset quality review revealed manageable bank recapitalization costs. Yet, the country is not out of the woods yet, as its increasingly instable government struggles to rein in this year’s budget deficit.

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Country Report Slovenia (Engelstalig)

Slovenia has taken further steps to tackle its banking crisis, but progress has been delayed by an extensive asset quality review that is yet to reveal the true scale of the problem. Depending on the outcome, an EU-led bailout may be needed soon.

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Country Report Slovenia (Engelstalig)

Slovenia has been singled out as a potential candidate for an EU/IMF bailout. Recent bond emissions should cover this year’s financing needs, but larger-than-expected bank recapitalization costs could still make external assistance necessary.

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Slovenia (Country Update) (Engelstalig)

Slovenia is currently experiencing a double-dip recession as a result of fiscal consolidation and banking sector problems. Implementation of the necessary reform plans is still at risk, as pressure from the public and trade unions remains high.

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Political risks in the eurozone (Special) (Engelstalig)

The eurozone's south is implementing austerity measures while the north is buying them the time to do so. Economic issues are usually extensively discussed. But what are the political risks that might render this strategy unfeasible?

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Slovenia (Country report) (Engelstalig)

Owing to its close ties with neighboring Italy and various domestic problems, Slovenia has been suffering from contagion from the euro area debt crisis. Its economic recovery remains highly export-dependent on the back of a sizable banking crisis.