Economic development of Slovakia in the first half of 1995 study elaborated on behalf of the European Economic Commission of the UN.

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Published by Institute of Economics, Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava .

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  • Slovakia -- Economic conditions.,
  • Slovakia -- Economic policy.

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ContributionsEkonomický ústav SAV.
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LC ClassificationsHC270.3 .E27 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. ;
Number of Pages35
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Open LibraryOL285984M
ISBN 108071440450
LC Control Number97189189

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Bratislava, Slovakia – According to the latest OECD Economic Outlook, released earlier this month, Slovakia is set to become the fastest growing developed economy in the world in and The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) forecasts that the Slovak economy will grow at a robust rate of % in and by % the following year, the highest GDP growth.

InSlovakia obtained the highest GDP growth among the members of OECD and the EU, with the record level of % in the fourth quarter. InGDP growth was % and in and Slovakia's economy grew % and % respectively. For yearNational Bank of Slovakia predicts raise of GDP by 4%.Country group: Developed/Advanced, High-income.

Slovakia - Slovakia - Economy: The brevity of the fanfare that greeted the rebirth of Slovakia in was largely an acknowledgement of economic reality. Slovak political autonomy was a popular idea, but many Slovaks viewed the pursuit of it outside the relative security of a Czechoslovak federation as potentially disastrous.

Others argued that the conversion to a market economy in a. Slovakia's economic development: Past successes, future challenges Keynote Speech by Carlos Martínez Mongay* Director, Economies of the Member States II, Directorate-General Economic and Financial Affairs _____ Delivered at ECFIN Workshop "Slovakia's growth model" Economic development of Slovakia in the first half of 1995 book AprilBratislava Ladies and gentlemen, dear guests and colleagues.

Sincethe Institute of Economics SAS has been preparing its views on the economic development of Slovakia on a yearly basis. Although the European Economic Commission of the United Nations. Slovakia - Slovakia - History: For earlier history of the area, including Czechoslovakia, see Czechoslovak region, history of.

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