Slovenia asks Croatia to open market to NLB.

By bne IntelliNews June 21, 2010
Slovene foreign minister Samuel Zbogar said that Croatia has to open its financial market to Slovenia's Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB) in order to close the negotiations on the free movement of capital. Last week, the Slovene government adopted a positive position on the EU accession chapters, on which Croatia is still negotiating. Slovene PM Borut Pahor supported the closing of one policy chapter and opening of another three. The remaining policy chapters are on judiciary and fundamental rights, competition policy and foreign, security and defence policy. Meanwhile, there were four chapters, which were ready for closing. PM Pahor stressed that Croatia had made a significant progress after the bilateral issues had been settled.

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