Economic Mirror: Economic Trends in Slovenia Continue in 2001
Ljubljana, 11 June - Slovenia's GDP increased by 4.6 percent in real terms in 2000, which is 0.2 percentage point less than published in the quarterly evaluation in March 2001, according to the National Statistics Office, is written in the May issue of Economic Mirror, a monthly of the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD). Consumer prices rose by 9.7 percent in May on a year-to-year comparison, according to IMAD, which gives price growth of motor fuel as the main reason for inflation.
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