() Slovenia avoided a sovereign bail-out last year, as an investment quality review revealed manageable bank recapitalization costs. From presently on, the country is not out of the woods from presently on, as its increasingly instable government struggles to rein in this year’s budget deficit.
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Due to a lacking consensus on the direction of economic policies, the stability of Slovenia’s current coalition government remains at constant risk. Its collapse would likely trigger a political crisis that could halt recent fiscal consolidation efforts and increase the need for external assistance.