Slovenia Had a Stable Macroeconomic Situation in 1999, Brussels Says

Brussels, 20 January - The macroeconomic situation in Slovenia has remained stable despite the Kosovo crisis, which affected other countries in the region, the European Commission stated in a half-year report on economic reforms in candidate countries published in Brussels on Thursday. Economic growth slowed down somewhat in 1999, but picked up again and end-year growth figures are expected to be only slightly lower than a year before, when economic growth was 3.9 perecnt.

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