IMAD Head Calls for Radical Reforms

Ljubljana, 27 December - Reform efforts such as the consolidation of the banking sector and the public finances, and pension and labour market reforms are encouraging, but Slovenia needs more determination and courage for more radical moves, the boss of the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD), Boštjan Vasle, has told the daily Dnevnik.

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