IMAD Expects Slower Growth in Second Half of the Year
Ljubljana, 10 September - The Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) expects economic growth in Slovenia as well in the entire eurozone to cool down again by the end of the year. The government's top economic think-tank says in a report published on Friday that several important indicators show no major change for the better.
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