Lower oil prices boosted disposable income, company profits
Ljubljana, 21 February - Lower prices of oil derivatives directly and indirectly helped the Slovenian economy in 2015. Foreign demand for Slovenian products increased, disposable household income improved and company profits rose, according to an analysis by IMAD, the government's macroeconomic forecaster.
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