IMAD Presents Development Report, Warns of Need to Eliminate Development Weaknesses
Ljubljana, 26 April - In the recent years, the principle of sustained economic, social and environmental development has not been implemented sufficiently in Slovenia, the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) established in its first-ever report on development. Key development weaknesses, including the weak connection between the spheres of research, knowledge and business, as well as slow reforms of the labour market, the financial market and the public sector, have to be done away with, if Slovenia wishes to have a balanced development, Ana Murn of the IMAD told the press on Friday.
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