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The next few weeks will be crucial for Slovenia, which is struggling to avoid a bailout, Bank of Slovenia Governor Bostjan Jazbec said in an interview published on Saturday.
"It is of key importance that the government over the coming weeks prepares a credible reform programme..., a credible privatisation programme and measures to revive the economy," Jazbec, who also sits on the European Central Bank Governing Council, told daily Delo.
"If it does not succeed in doing that in the coming weeks, we will probably have to ask for help," he added.
He said that various bailout possibilities "are being discussed" but gave no details.
Slovenian banks, mostly state-owned, are nursing some 7.5 billion euros ($10.13 billion) of bad loans and are at the heart of speculation that the country could become the next euro zone member in need of an international bailout.
The government has until October 1 to send to the European Commission its reform programme reports Reuters.
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