2003 Exports Growth Lower Than Anticipated, Macroeconomic Institute Says
Koper, 2 December - Slovenia's exports growth is to stand at six percent in 2003, which is lower than anticipated, Janez Sustersic, head of the state Institute of Macroeconomic Analyses and Development (IMAD), outlined the country's economic prospects for 2003 at Monday's panel of local businessmen in the coastal city of Koper.
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