LJUBLJANA, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Electricity prices and labour costs in euro zone member Slovenia are too high, the local unit of French car maker Renault said on Monday. "A comparison of electricity costs among factories in the Renault group shows that we are among the most expensive ... in that respect," Ales Bratoz, chief executive of Revoz, told local news agency STA in an interview published on Monday. In a rare public criticism by the country's leading exporter, Bratoz said ...
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