Slovenia's Economic Growth to Reach 4 Percent
Ljubljana, 8 December - The economic trends in Slovenia in the first half of 1998 were quite positive; GDP rose by 4.8 percent and the industrial production was up, the Office for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development (ZMAR) wrote in its monthly report. According to ZMAR experts, Slovenia's economic growth this year is to reach the planned 4 percent.
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