IMAD Expects Growth of Up to 2.6% This Year
Medvode, 9 March - The boss of the government's economic think-tank has announced that Slovenia's economic growth is to stand between 2% and 2.6% this year, the latter being on a par with last year's growth. A detailed spring forecast of the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) is expected to be published this month.
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