Dnevnik on Slovenia's Inflation

Ljubljana, 4 November - Slovenia's inflation has been frozen between 7 to 7.5 percent annually for nearly six months. On one side that is good, as for a while at the beginning of the year it seemed that consumer prices could grow even beyond the psychological barrier of ten percent. On the other hand, inflation, firmly anchored above seven percent for the last six months, awakes concern that it will not come down to the wanted and EU-comparable four percent relatively soon, contemplates Monday's issue of daily Dnevnik.

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