Privatisation: better late than never
Privatization legislation was adopted in Slovenia toward the end of 1992, and the process took off in 1995. There are plans to privatize some 1,300 firms, the majority of which will be privatized by early 1996. Investment funds are likely to control 40% of smaller and medium firms, with management and workers controlling the remainder. A market economy has developed in Slovenia but most companies have survived, which is a testimony to their strength.
Publication Name: Investors Chronicle
For better for worse
Companies or organizations involved in weddings should cope up with the changes in the wedding industry. For instance, hotels, stately homes and historic houses have capitalized on the legal amendment that civil marriages may be held outside register offices. Moreover, local economies such as the North Yorkshire County Council in England assesses that luring 100 weddings may generate 500,000 pounds sterling.
Publication Name: CA Magazine
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