IMAD says Slovenia's productivity growth and development too slow

Brdo pri Kranju, 7 December - Slovenia is making progress in productivity, but it is developing too slowly structurally in terms of the transition to innovation-led growth and a circular economy, the government think tank IMAD warns in this year's report on productivity.

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