IMAD projects 4.2% growth for Slovenia this year

Ljubljana – The Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) has downgraded its growth forecast for Slovenia for this year from 4.7% to 4.2%. The new figures were disclosed by Finance Minister Andrej Šircelj on Thursday after the government finally got acquainted with the IMAD’s spring forecast. The government’s economic forecaster had drawn up its latest outlook a month ago but the outgoing government had decided not to get formally acquainted with the document ahead of the 24 April general election. IMAD expects growth to slow down to around 3%…

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