Wages and Budget to Determine Macroeconomic Trends in 2001
Ljubljana, 6 December - Given that the government is still working on some income policy measures, the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) has not yet made its final projection of Slovenia's macroeconomic trends for 2001. Nevertheless, a lot will depend on how wages are harmonised next year, IMAD Deputy Director Janez Sustersic said on Wednesday, and added that according to IMAD experts wages should grow only within the anticipated growth of productivity. A 4.25-percent economic growth rate has been anticipated by the IMAD for this year.
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