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četrtek, 19 maja, 2022

IMF upgrades growth forecast for Slovenia

By: J.S., STA

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) upgraded the forecast for the Slovenian economy.

It projects the country’s GDP will grow by 6.3% this year, up 2.4 percentage points from its spring forecast. The forecast for 2022 was however lifted by only 0.1 of a point, to 4.6%. The IMF forecast is now almost exactly the same as the projection by the government’s macroeconomic think-tank IMAD made a month earlier.

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