Less Consumer Goods Exported
Ljubljana, 9 July - Slovenia's exports were down 3.5 percent in the January-to-April period over the same period in 1996, with the imports increasing by 0.9 percent. The fall in exports was mostly due to lower exports of consumer goods, the latest issue of Economic Mirror, a paper issued by the Office for Macro-economic Analyses and Development, writes.
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