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Central bank: GDP expected to grow 2.4 percent this year
11 Jun 2014 Flash News
The Slovak Central Bank (NBS) has confirmed its March mid-term forecast and said GDP will grow this year by 2.4 percent.
Foreign demand should continue to be the main driving force of the Slovak economy. “Currently, in particular German economy records relatively robust growth with positive impact on export performance of our economy that was, and will remain throughout the whole medium-term outlook, the main source of GDP growth,” Makúch told the SITA newswire.
(Source: TASR, SITA)
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