Slovenia third in CEFTA GDP Growth
Ljubljana, 13 December - CEFTA/ENONOMIC/GROWTH
According to the latest forecasts from foreign economic institutes, the CEFTA (Central European Free Trade Agreement) member countries will experience an average economic growth between 1.6 and 1.9 percent. According to the findings from the Vienna-based institute for economic analysis (WIIW), the greatest growth will be experienced by Hungary (3.7 percent) followed by Poland (3.5 percent), Slovenia (3 percent) and Slovakia (2 percent). On the other hand, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Romania are all predicted to experience an negative economic growth.
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