Autumn forecast 2020: The decline in GDP as a consequence of sharp contraction of activity in Q2 will be deep this year, but smaller than projected in the summer; next year growth, pace of recovery uncertain and dependent on the epidemiological situation
In the Autumn Forecast, IMAD predicts a 6.7% decline in GDP for this year. The forecasts for Slovenia’s main trading partners for this year have improved somewhat since June. With the recovery of economic activity and, in particular, with the agreement at the EU level on the...
Development Report: Measures for a gradual restart of the economy and stabilisation of the economic and social situation should be designed in such a way that they will also address Slovenia’s key development challenges
In March 2020, a coronavirus epidemic was declared in Slovenia, which, with its enormous negative socio-economic impact...
Current economic trends from 14 to 18 September 2020: electricity consumption, traffic of electronically tolled vehicles, construction, labour market, wages and current account
According to the available data for the middle of September, freight traffic was, as in the last few weeks, around a...
Current economic trends from 7 to 11 September 2020: electricity consumption, traffic of electronically tolled vehicles, exports and imports of goods and production volume in manufacturing
In July, manufacturing production and trade in goods increased for the third consecutive month, mainly under the impact...
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