IMAD: Fiscal Policy Must Boost Public Finances
Ljubljana, 16 July - The Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD), a government think-tank, says in its latest report that Slovenia's fiscal policy must boost the responsiveness and flexibility of public finances. The institute also predicts that general government debt will rise to 30% of GDP this year.
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