Economic Mirror: economic activity significantly lower than before the outbreak of the epidemic, a slight improvement in May and June
The fight with the COVID-19 epidemic has had a major impact on economic activity since mid-March, notably in April. After falling further in April, the indicators of economic activity started to improve gradually in May and June, but were still significantly lower than in the...
Development Report: Measures for a gradual restart of the economy and stabilisation of the economic and social situation should be designed in such a way that they will also address Slovenia’s key development challenges
In March 2020, a coronavirus epidemic was declared in Slovenia, which, with its enormous negative socio-economic impact...
Current economic trends from 13 to 20 July 2020: electricity consumption, traffic of electronically tolled vehicles, labour market, wages and other charts
Freight traffic on motorways and electricity consumption indicate that the year-on-year decline in economic activity...
Current economic trends from 6 to 10 July 2020: exports and imports of goods, production volume in manufacturing, traffic of electronically tolled vehicles and electricity consumption
The indicators of economic activity are still significantly lower than in the same period of last year, but they have...
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