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Slovak Central Bank lost Sk19.5 billion in 2007

The Slovak central bank (NBS) showed a loss of Sk19.5 billion (€584.1 million) in 2007, SLOVAKIA was told by NBS spokesperson Jana Kováčová on January 15. The figure is a preliminary one that may be revised after the bank carries out its final balance for 2007 within the next few weeks. TASR

The Slovak central bank (NBS) showed a loss of Sk19.5 billion (€584.1 million) in 2007, SLOVAKIA was told by NBS spokesperson Jana Kováčová on January 15. The figure is a preliminary one that may be revised after the bank carries out its final balance for 2007 within the next few weeks. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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