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IMAD Says Inflation Transitional, but "Not Encouraging"

Ljubljana, 1 October - The Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD), the government's macroeconomic think-tank, has raised its projection of end-year inflation to 4.3%, up from 3.2% in the spring forecast. The figures are not very encouraging, acting IMAD director Bostjan Vasle told the press on Monday, but added that the high inflation was transitional.

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Ceremony at the opening of the new facilities at Maribor university hospital.
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Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Bostjan Vasle, the acting head of IMAD, says inflation figures are not encouraging, but the high inflation is transitional.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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