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Slovenia News, 30 September 2014
Editorial

 

After encouraging movements in the first half of the year, GDP will rise by 2.0 per cent this year, while economic growth will reach 1.6 per cent in the next two years. Employment rate has increased by 0.6%, the first increase recorded since the beginning of the crisis.


According to the Statistical Office, economic activity has been increasing since the beginning of last year. Year-on-year gross domestic product growth was 2.5 per cent, while the situation in the labour market also began to improve. 

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