Economic Growth Has Steadied, Says Economic Mirror
Ljubljana, 6 February - The economic growth has gradually slowed down, show seasonally adjusted data on GDP in the third quarter of last year compared to the second quarter. This was written in the latest issue of Economic Mirror, which is published by analysts of the Government Office for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development. The monthly publication also says that higher inflation in 2000 (8.9 percent) was to a large extent a consequence of external factors, mainly higher prices of petrol and energy, which last year rose by 25.2 percent on average. Despite low December inflation (0.1 percent) it is impossible to say that the rise in prices has steadied, writes Economic Mirror.
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