Bank of Slovenia - Annual Report 2001

ANNUAL REPORT - The Bank of Slovenia has published its Annual Report for the year ended 2001. The report says the main feature of the past year has been the slowdown in the economy around the globe with domestic demand modest also. Large financial inflows were seen as a result of the introduction of the euro and the report discusses the introduction of the inflation target in Slovenia to lower inflation below 4 per cent by year end 2003.

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