Governmental Economic Council Discussed Spring Report
Ljubljana, 12 June - At Wednesday's session members of the Governmental Economic Council of Economy discussed economic development in 1996 and trends until the year 2000. A package of measures that the Government prepared in order to disburden Slovene economy was also discussed. At the session, attended also by some representatives of banks and companies, Slovene Premier Janez Drnovšek explained the Government prepared the package of measures only after realizing the economic trends are not moving into the established direction. The Government is trying hard to encourage the growth of gross domestic product and to carry on with the anti-inflation policy, said Drnovšek, announcing in the next two years some more tensions could be expected. New governmental measures will be necessary, as well as striving to cut on the public expenditure and reducing some acquired rights, said Drnovšek.
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