Slovenia - IMF comes with mission statement - May 31, 2016

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has assessed that while the country is recording economic growth, it could be higher and more sustainable. The usual IMF-receipt is repeated: reforming and privatising state-owned companies and banks, narrowing of the budget deficit, pension reform, such as further extending the retirement age and indexing pensions to consumer price inflation. Finally, the IMF recommends a social pact that guarantees wage moderation and a tie of social transfers, wages and pensions to GDP growth.

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