IMAD Maintains Economic Growth Estimate for Slovenia
Ljubljana, 6 February - Although the global economy has shown only slight signs of recovery, the government Institute for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development (IMAD) maintains that Slovenia's economic growth will total 3.7 percent in 2001, while the figure is to stand at 3.6 percent this year, IMAD Director Janez Sustersic announced on Wednesday.
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