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Oct 12, 2007 15:18 EEST
October 12 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's Banka Celje said on Friday it plans a pre-tax profit of 27 million euro ($38 million) and a 12% rise in assets in 2008.
The bank plans to maintain its assets growth pace at 12% annually in 2009 and 2010, it said in a statement but gave no further details.
Banka Celje reported a parent pre-tax profit of 19.3 million for the first eight months of 2007. The bank’s total assets through August rose by 18% to 2.313 billion euro.
Twenty-one banks operate in Slovenia, a country of two million people. It was the first of the 10 states that entered the European Union in May 2004 to join the eurozone in 2007 as its 13th member.
($ = 0.71 euro)
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