Consumer Confidence Plunges to Lowest Level since 1996
Ljubljana, 23 December - Consumer confidence in Slovenia dropped two percentage points in December to its lowest level since March 1996, when the survey was launched, the national Statistics Office said Tuesday. The indicator is now 18 points lower than in December 2007 and 24 points below the average for last year.
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