The latest analysis by the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) published in June shows that favourable trends continue in 2015.
Slovenian gross domestic product (GDP) was 0.8 percent higher in the first quarter of 2015 than in the last quarter of 2014. This means a 2.9 percent growth on a year to year basis. While strong exports continue to be the main driver of recovery, domestic consumption is also up. Construction investment has, on the other hand, slightly slowed down again after being on the rise since mid-2013. Employment figures are also seeing a modest rise. Prices have slowly begun to increase in May, after five months of deflation.
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