Economic growth will pick up this year (from 1.6% last year to 2.4%), albeit somewhat more modestly than we had forecast in the autumn (2.8%). Economic activity will benefit from continued investment growth, easing of inflationary pressures and a recovery in foreign demand, although this will be somewhat weaker than expected in the autumn. We expect a recovery in…

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Charts of the week from 19 to 23 February 2023: economic sentiment, average gross wage per employee, Slovenian industrial producer prices and other charts

Economic sentiment remained unchanged in February and deteriorated compared to a year ago. In January, Slovenian…

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Charts of the week from 12 to 16 February 2024: gross domestic product, current account of the balance of payments, activity in construction and other charts

GDP growth slowed to 1.6% last year. Investment growth was particularly high. Growth in government and also private…

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Charts of the week from 5 to 9 February 2024: consumer prices, number of registered unemployed, value of fiscally verified invoices and other charts

The price growth slowed further in January, falling to 3.3%. The number of registered unemployed increased slightly, to…

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