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This year activity is increasing in most activities and the prospects remain favourable. The labour market situation continues to improve under the...

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In cooperation with the European Commission Representation in Slovenia, the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development organised a discussion...

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Broad-based economic growth in Slovenia accelerated further in the first quarter of this year; GDP was up 5.3% year on year. Growth in foreign demand...

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Euro area economic growth has remained stable at the beginning of 2017; similar growth is also projected for the next two years. Favourable economic...

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Following the setback during the crisis, Slovenia has been making progress in terms of economic development and the welfare of its population in...

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Boosted by foreign and domestic demand, the favourable trends in economic activity continued in Slovenia at the turn of the year; the outlook also...

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The Spring Forecast envisages GDP growth strengthening to 3.6% this year and then hovering around 3% in 2018 and 2019. Favourable labour market trends...

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The relatively favourable developments in the euro area have continued. In Slovenia, favourable trends in economic activity also continued; the labour...

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Economic activity in Slovenia continues to strengthen as a result of exports and household consumption. The labour market is recovering faster than...

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Economic growth in the euro area continued in the third quarter of 2016; moderate economic growth is also expected for the last quarter of the year....

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