Slovenia catching up with EU peers in development, challenges remain
Ljubljana, 18 April - The gap between Slovenia's economic development and the EU average has been narrowing since 2016. Nevertheless, the country will have to speed up its productivity growth, adjust to demographic change, promote the role of the state in development, and protect the environment, according to the government's economic think tank IMAD.
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