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The May 17, 2005 issue of Finance (Slovenia) - anybody has a copy?!
Thread poster: Eva Blanar
Eva Blanar Hungary Local time: 10:28 English to Hungarian + ...
Jun 6, 2005
I've got to edit a translation where the original was in Slovenian and apparently the last line (possibly 2) were not legible for the translator. This is a daily business newspaper, Finance and I could not find it on the web (yet) and the day is May 17, the article (a short insert box) was on page 93, right-hand bottom of the page.
The phrase itself starts with something like "no doubt that the CEO of the Ljubljana bourse, Marko Simoneti..." - and that's the end of it.
If any of you would happen to have a copy of that page or knows the website of Finance, I'd be very grateful...
Progress report: I have already found the page and one of the articles (not the insert, unfortunately), this is it: http://www.finance-on.net/show.php?id=120586 The date is May 16 on the website, the insert starts with: "O morebitnih povezavah z drugimi borzami bomo govorili na prohidnji seji, predvidoma v zacetku poletja" je vceraj povedal predsednik nadzornega sveta ljubljanske borze Zdenko Podlesnik." The search goes on, but any help would be highly appreciated...
[Edited at 2005-06-06 21:09]
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