Vecer Comments on Slovenia's Economic Situation
Maribor, 11 April - The government economists still estimate that Slovenia is to record a 3.6-percent economic growth and 5.5 percent inflation rate this year. However, estimates of the International Monetary Fund have already suggested that the growth of Slovenia's GDP is to be no more than 2.5 percent, while the inflation is anticipated at 5.8 percent, the Maribor-based daily Vecer comments in Thursday's edition on the macroeconomic situation in Slovenia.
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