Slovenian Economic Mirror: High growth of the Slovenian economy in the first quarter; we expect a moderation, particularly in exports
The growth of the Slovenian economy remained high in the first quarter; growth in exports and domestic consumption also continued. Growth in the export part of the economy is expected to moderate gradually in the remainder of the year, in line with the projections in our spring...
Current economic trends from 3 to 7 June 2019: exports and imports of goods
Exports of goods have been easing off in recent moths after strong growth at the beginning of the year, while the growth...
Current economic trends from 27 to 31 May 2019: Gross domestic product, Nominal turnover in market services, Trade, Prices and Labour market
Economic growth remained high at the beginning of the year. The growth of exports and domestic consumption continued,...
Economic growth will be gradually slowing this year and next. The importance of domestic consumption will increase, while exports will contribute less to economic growth. Inflation will be similar to that last year, before rising moderately.
Employment will continue to grow, albeit more and more slowly amid a contraction in the number of working-age people, lower and lower unemployment and more moderate growth in economic activity. Wage growth will strengthen.
With economic growth in Slovenia’s trading partners easing, export growth will continue to moderate particularly this year.
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