Co-ordinated Policy Needed to Cut Inflation to 5.1%, IMAD Head Says

Ljubljana, 29 November - Slovenia could bring down inflation rate to 5.1 percent next year, which could be achieved by co-ordinating four policies, namely monetary, tax, income and price policies, Janez Sustersic, head of the state Institute of Macroeconomic Analyses and Development, said in an interview for the daily Delo on Friday.

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