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petek, 21 januarja, 2022

EBRD raises outlook for Slovenia’s economic growth

By: J.S., STA

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) improved its outlook for the Slovenian economy.

It projects the country’s GDP will grow by 6% this year, up a full point from its June forecast, while the forecast for 2022 was raised by half a point to 4.5%. The EBRD said that expansionary fiscal policy would continue supporting the economy. For next year the bank says the below EU-average vaccination rate could limit the recovery of consumption and affect business confidence.

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