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Brussels cuts Slovenia’s growth forecast

By: J.S., STA

The European Commission has downgraded its economic growth forecast for Slovenia by 0.1 percentage points to 3.7% for this year and by half a point to 3.1% for 2023.

The rates are still substantial above those forecast for the eurozone, while inflation is projected to run at 6.1% in Slovenia and the rest of the eurozone this year. Next year Slovenia’s inflation is to run at 3.3%, above the 2.7% projected for the eurozone.

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