Slovenia report simulates effects of structural reforms

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Ljubljana, Slovenia

The time is “ripe” for the Slovenian government to implement structural reforms, according to a report by the country’s institute of macroeconomic analysis and development.

It is becoming easier for the country to introduce reforms, the institute argues. The economy is recovering, it says, while there is political stability and the country can access funding at “favourable” terms.

The report, published in co-operation with the Bank of Slovenia and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and

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