IMAD Boss: Low Export, Productivity Main Problems of Crisis
Koper, 4 July - The biggest problems of Slovenia's economy are low exports - compared to the competition -, low productivity and high salaries, Bostjan Vasle, the director of Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) said on Monday. While the institute's 2011 forecasts predict a 2.2% GDP increase, unemployment is to continue growing.
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