IMAD Boss Says Not Too Late for Reforms
Ljubljana, 27 September - Boštjan Vasle, the head of the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD), told the latest edition of the weekly Demokracija it was not too late for reforms in Slovenia. If the needed structural reforms are implemented, the country will still be able to find funding on international markets on its own, he said.
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