IMAD Downgrades Slovenia's GDP Growth Forecast for 2011 to 1.5%
Ljubljana, 14 September - Government think-tank IMAD said on Wednesday it expects the Slovenian economy to grow by 1.5% in 2011. This is more or less the level of growth recorded last year, while meaning a downgrade of IMAD's 2.2% forecast from March. Exports remain the key engine of growth, while domestic factors continue slowing it down, IMAD suggests.
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