THE WORLD Bank says that Slovakia's experience with reform could be used as an example for other countries to follow.
The comments came from World Bank Vice President for Central and Eastern Europe Shigeo Katsu at a meeting with Slovak Finance Minister Ivan Mikloš on March 4.
The two officials agreed that the relationship between the two entities is evolving into a partnership.
Areas that offer scope for cooperation between include e-government projects and the innovative uses of venture capital, the SITA news agency reported.
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14. Mar 2005 at 0:00