Ljubljana – The Slovenian economic activity remains high but there are signs of a slowdown, the central bank says in its latest publication. The use of production capacities is high, the pre-crisis level of activity has been reached, and there is a shortage of raw materials and intermediate goods, and qualified workers, Banka Slovenije says.
"All the policies that we announced at the Thessaloniki International Fair for 2022 apply, but for other political initiatives that we would like to take, the budgetary margins to be taken are limited", said the Minister of Finance Christos Staikouras and explained that "as much as we are forced to help society, these 500 million euros - which were announced yesterday that will be given - are m
The Ministry of Finance has revised its autumn forecast for economic development. According to new estimates, real gross domestic product (GDP) growth will reach 4%, and next year will be heading towards 5% with a forecast of 4.9%. The main reason for accelerating economic growth will be investment, as well as the stabilization of the private sector after the Covid crisis.