The Slovenian government 6 February adopted a classification of investments that will be put up for privatisation, IHS Global Insight reported. Among the state-owned companies up for grabs will be telecom provider Telekom Slovenije, banks Abanka and Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB), and energy company Petrol. The plan still needs to obtain parliament's approval before it can be implemented. Slovenia is currently in the midst of a political crisis, with two coalition partners already leaving the government, depriving it of its majority. Balkans.com has more here.