Positive Growth Prospects Prevail for Slovenia, Finds European Commission
Ljubljana, 15 April - Despite uncertainties surrounding the foreign demand outlook and a more restrictive fiscal stance, positive growth prospects prevail for the medium term, the European Commission said on Monday in its 2001 economic report on Slovenia as an EU candidate country. Bringing inflation down remains a key policy challenge for Slovenia, while the regulatory framework of the capital markets is well-developed, according to the report, however, given the system's interconnectedness, cross-sectoral supervisory co-operation and strengthened supervision in the insurance sector are still called for.
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