Cabinet has decided not to compensate Slovaks – according to Deputy PM Ivan Mikloš “five percent of the population”, or 265,000 people - who lost money in the spectacular crash of several savings and loans funds last month. Meanwhile, the Košice regional court declared bankruptcy on the BMG and Horizont firms, allowing a bankruptcy trustee to step in and stop owners from selling off lucrative assets. Last week the S & L firms sold off three popular magazines, assets which now cannot be used to repay clients.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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12. Mar 2002 at 12:57