Weekly Review of the Slovene Economy between 27 April and 3 May
Ljubljana, 5 May - The Slovene government received another reminder that inflation still needs to be tackled as April figures indicated that consumer prices rose by 1.4 percent during the month. The annual inflation rate thus stood at 8.4 percent, meaning that the government has a lot of work to do if it wishes to bring it down to more rosy figures before the end of the year. In other news, the Slovene benchmark index surged to another record during the holiday-shortened week.
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