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Oct 19, 2009 11:56 EEST
October 19 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Bosnian media on Monday morning and over the weekend. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy:
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- Bosnia's banking sector is very stable and secure, banks are liquid and the volume of credits and deposits this year is at the year-ago levels, the president of Bosnia’s Banking Association, Mijo Misic, said.
- Cigarette factory Fabrika Duhana Sarajevo, insurer Sarajevo Osiguranje and the two telecoms companies in the Muslim-Croat Federation are taken off the revised privatisation list for this year, which the Federation government will soon send to the Federation Privatisation Agency (APF), APF’s deputy head Hamdija Kulovic said. The daily said they could not get a comment on this decision by the Federation Prime Minister, Mustafa Mujezinovic.
- Bosnia’ Peace Implementation Council (PIC) could launch talks on the closure of the international overseeing body’s office in Bosnia at its session in November if the Butmir summit, to be held later this week, is successful, the head of the office, Valentin Inzko, said. Bosnian political leaders and representatives of the European Union and the U.S. will meet in Butmir to discuss how to resolve the political deadlock in Bosnia and turn the country into a functioning state. The closure of the international overseeing office is a condition for Bosnia to continue its European Union integration.
- Bosnia’s Serb Republic uses only 30% of its hydro potential, or 7,000 gigawatthours a year, Ljubo Glamocic, assistant to the Republic’s industry, energy and mining minister Slobodan Puhalac, said.
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