Forecast of Basic Macroeconomic Indices for 2001 Remains Unchanged According to IMAD
Ljubljana, 6 April - The growth of Slovenia's gross domestic product in real terms at 4.8 percent in 2000, as measured by the Slovene Statistics Office, exceeds the forecast of 4.25 percent made by the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD). According to IMAD's Assistant Director Janez Sustersic, the difference results from a specific fluctuation of prices, still the main point that the GDP growth was boosted by exports in 2000 remains the same.
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