Central Bank: First Signs of Inflation Slowdown Not Expected Until 2003

Ljubljana, 13 November - The Slovenian central bank revealed Wednesday that it has been forced again to up its inflation forecast, a move that reflects the country's struggle to slow price growth. Presenting the Bank of Slovenia short-term monetary policy, governor Mitja Gaspari reiterated the call for the government and the central bank to work together to fight inflation.

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