Inflation Dominates IMAD Autumn Report

Ljubljana, 16 December - Inflation was once again at the forefront as the government Institute for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development (IMAD) presented on Monday its 2002 Autumn Report. Most notably, Velimir Bole of the Ljubljana Faculty of Law's Economic Institute underlined that in predicting inflation for the coming years, the government has paid too little attention to a potential jump in oil prices, which could go up by as much as 100 percent.

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