The IMF Calls on Slovenia to Privatise Both Largest Banks

Washington, 17 March - Slovenia is one of the most successful transition economies in Central and East Europe, according to a report of the International Monetary Fund. The IMF Executive Board maintains that Slovenia has set up a reasonable macroeconomic policy, which has contributed to lower inflation rates, external stability and international credibility of the country. Structural reforms, on the other hand, have been much more gradual and have resulted in a delay. IMF directors applaud the latest acceleration of structural reforms as they will contribute to economic growth and prepare Slovenia for EU membership.

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