NBS Kohutikova expects GDP growth 2.8-3.2% in 01

According to preliminary results, GDP growth in Slovakia in 2000 should reach 2.1 percent, the Vice-Governor of the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS), Elena Kohutikova, told in her lecture on the NBS monetary policy, delivered at the Slovak-Austrian Chamber of Commerce in Bratislava.

She expects GDP to grow 2.8 to 3.2 percent in 2001. The economic growth in 2001 should not be fuelled by foreign demand alone, but also by the domestic demand, Kohutikova said. This should increase 3.9 percent thanks

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