Slovenian Economic Mirror 8/2022: A marked slowdown in economic activity, lower expectations not having a noticeable impact on export growth, and no signs of a slowdown in the labour market

In the third quarter of this year, GDP in Slovenia fell by 1.4% compared to the second quarter, and the year-on-year growth (3.4%) was lower than in the first half of the year and in line with IMAD’s expectations in its Autumn Forecast of 5% GDP growth for 2022. Household...

Charts of the week from 14 to 18 November 2022: gross domestic product, natural gas consumption, electricity consumption by consumption group and other charts

In the third quarter, GDP fell compared to the second quarter (by 1.4%) and year-on-year growth (3.4%, not seasonally...

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Charts of the week from 7 to 11 November 2022: production volume in manufacturing

After a decline in September, manufacturing output rose slightly in the third quarter in current terms and was also...

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Charts of the week from 24 October to 4 November 2022: consumer prices, natural gas consumption, electricity consumption and other charts

The year-on-year consumer price inflation slowed slightly in October (to 9.9%), mainly due to a higher base of last year...

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