Slovak central bank revises upwards growth in 2003

The National Bank of Slovakia said in its monetary report on Tuesday 3 June that it expects higher growth than originally predicted at 4.4 percent for 2003.

Source: TASR web site

Slovakia's economy should grow by between 3.9 per cent to 4.4 per cent in 2003, 0.3 per cent higher than originally predicted, the central bank (NBS [the National Bank of Slovakia]) says in a revised monetary programme published on Tuesday [3 June].

Also, the balance of payments current account should report a deficit

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