IMAD Says it Will Keep Economic Growth Forecasts Despite Low Q1 Growth
Ljubljana, 5 July - Slovenia's low economic growth from the first quarter of this year - the 2.2 percent yearly figure was one of the lowest in Slovene history - is not going to force the Government Institute for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development (IMAD) to change its growth forecast for this year. The IMAD is thus sticking to a 3.3-percent economic growth estimate for this year, IMAD director Janez Sustersic told the press on Friday.
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