Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from 13 to 19 October
Ljubljana, 21 October - While an ideal scenario would see Slovenia enter the euro-zone and introduce the euro by 2007, Slovenia could achieve a five-percent inflation rate next year, under the pretense that there are no unforeseen shocks abroad or at home, Bank of Slovenia Governor Mitja Gaspari said last week. While the Slovene economy is reluctant to give in to negative global trends, domestic consumption fell substantially in August, experts of the Economics Institute of the Faculty of Law wrote in the Economic Trends. According to the Office for the Prevention of Money Laundering, no Slovene financial institution has been involved in transactions linked to terrorist organisations.
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