Low Investments Slowed Down Slovenia's Economic Growth in 2001, Says IMAD
Ljubljana, 10 April - Slower economic growth is mostly a result of lower basic funds investments, which dropped by 1.9 percent in real terms in 2001, and lower net revenues from foreign trade (only 2.5 percent over 3.4 percent in 2000), says the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) in its latest bulletin Economic Mirror.
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