GDP in First Three Months Up 2.3%
Ljubljana, 30 June - In the first three months of the year, the Slovenian GDP, measured at 2000 prices, was 2.3 percent higher than in the same period of 2002. This means that the Slovenian economic growth slowed down again, according to the Statistics Office. The GDP at current prices amounted to SIT 1,322bn (EUR 5.655bn), which is 8.3 percent up over the first three months of 2002.
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