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Austerity Not Enough for Growth, Conference Hears

Portorož, 15 May - The adopted austerity measures will not improve Slovenia's public finances in the long run, economist Boštjan Vasle said in Portorož on Tuesday, pointing to measures aimed at overcoming the credit crunch, increasing the country's competitiveness and labour reform as key priorities for encouraging growth.

Head of the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) Boštjan Vasle speaks at the opening of the Financial Conference.
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