Development Report: The gap with the EU average in terms of economic development is gradually narrowing; to ensure sustainable development and quality of life over the long term, more permanent measures will be required
Since 2016 Slovenia has again been narrowing its development gap with the EU average, social inclusion of the population remains relatively high, while the efficiency of energy and resource consumption has improved somewhat. These are the key findings of this year’s Development...
Current Economic Trends from 15 to 19 April 2019: labour market, wages, construction, Slovenian industrial producer prices
Growth in employment continues at the beginning of the year; labour shortages are reflected in increased employment of...
Current Economic Trends from 8 to 12 April 2019: exports and imports of goods, manufacturing, current account, road and rail freight transport
Despite the moderation of activity in Slovenia’s main trading partners, the movements in the export-oriented part of the...
Slovenian Economic Mirror: At the beginning of the year, favourable domestic economic conditions and growth in revenue and household consumption; further moderation of growth in the international environment
Economic conditions were favourable at the beginning of the year. Confidence in the economy has remained almost...
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.
The Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development of the Republic of Slovenia is an independent government office.
The Institute performs the following tasks:
- it monitors and analyses current trends and development in its economic, social and environmental dimensions;
- it monitors and analyses the achieving of the development objectives of the country;
- it prepares macroeconomic forecasts and other expert groundwork that serve as the basis for budgetary planning and formulating economic policy measures;
- it analyses productivity and competitiveness as the national productivity board;
- it carries out research work.