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Slovenian Economy to Grow 3 pct: IMF

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its 2017 forecast for Slovenia’s economic growth, from 1.8 percent projected last fall to 3 percent.

The Head of the IMF mission, Nikolay Kirov Gueorguiev assessed during the IMF’s regular annual visit to Slovenia that the country is on the right track, according to the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) on Tuesday.

Kirov said private consumption has increased, the investments remain above the forecast level and the growth of exports is good. Nevertheless, Slovenia is encouraged to continue the reform process.

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