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Slovenia's Finance Minister Uroš Čufer said on Tuesday that enough additional tax burdens have been introduced and that further steps in the consolidation of public finance "will have to happen on the side of expenditure in the public sector" reports the Slovenia Times. Čufer announced a revival of steps towards a real-estate tax, after which the "majority of measures planned for this year will have actually been adopted"Speaking on the sidelines of the Bled Strategic forum, Čufer said he expects a positive grade from the European Commission in the autumn regarding measures in Slovenia.
He said that much had been done since the government sent the Stability Programme to Brussels in May and that the delay in the bad bank efforts was the product of the Commission's demand for stress tests and bank assets evaluation.
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