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26Oct2015

Rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has changed its outlook for Slovenia from negative to stable, while affirming the country’s long-term and short-term sovereign credit ratings at A-/A-2. S&P has also upgraded its economic growth…

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26Oct2015

The sustained political and war problems in Ukraine and the weak recovery in the EU still pose potential threats for the economies in the region, and implicitly for Romania, via the impact on exports. Nevertheless,…

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26Oct2015

18 May 2010 – S&P on Monday lifted the foreign-currency sovereign credit ratings on Ukraine to B/B, from B-/C, and the local-currency ratings to B+/B, from B/B, citing its commitment to economic stability and improving…

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24Oct2015

SUMMARY: Valuation for squeeze-out purpose in Slovenia is defined by the Slovene Companies Act. Cash compensation to squeezed-out shareholders should reflect financial situation of a company and its profitability, which does not determine valuation procedures…

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23Oct2015

“P&S East Growth” in Emerging Private Equity (May/June 2009). Download PDF

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22Oct2015

Romania’s economic recovery in the previous year occurred on the back of higher exports, whereas the growth attained so far in 2014 could be attributed to both the higher exports and improvement in industrial production….

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20Oct2015

Romania’s economy is on a strong path to recovery and is currently the fastest growing European Union economy. The latest estimates show that GDP grew by 3.2% in the third quarter of 2014, surpassing the…

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10Oct2015

One year after the Slovenian National Assembly gave a “green light” to the sale of 15 state equity investments, the privatization procedure is in full swing even after sparking some controversies and being put on…

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19Nov2014

On 19th of November 2014 P&S CAPITAL held a conference “Breakthrough Of Indebted Slovenian Companies – Hold and restructure or sell loans?”. On the conference local and foreign experts and investors voiced their opinions on NPL.

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