The Commission also warned that Slovenia, whose economy is about 29 times smaller than Spain's, faces a "substantial" risk from high corporate debt, bad loans and deteriorating public finances.Markets have started worrying about Slovenia because of the nation's shaky banks, also reeling from a burst real estate bubble and unpaid property loans. While its overall public debt load of 48 percent of its GDP is below the EU average of 85 percent, the country of 2 million is already facing difficulties refinancing its debt, with its borrowing costs increasing steadily over the past months.
EU Warns Of Imbalances In Spain, Slovenia
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