By World Bank
The rustic research relies at the findings of numerous missions that visited Slovenia in the course of the moment half 1997 and 1998. The document analyzes fiscal advancements of the previous few years and coverage innovations associated with the demanding situations confronted by means of Slovenia in its pursuit of eu Union membership.
The file consists of 2 volumes. 'Volume I' is a precis document that condenses major findings and conclusions. The file focuses on:
• removing of the remainder structural weaknesses as skill to keep up the macroeconomic balance;
• expanding the competitiveness of the Slovene economic system in another country; and
• redefining the dimensions and roles of the private and non-private sectors.
'Volume II' is the most file. It offers the evaluation and technical research of chosen key sectors of the Slovene financial system. whereas each one bankruptcy is sector-specific in nature, the european accession strategy dominates them. 'Volume II' covers the subsequent issues:
• overview of the industrial functionality through the transition
• research of the expansion and source of revenue convergence matters
• learn of our environment area
• review of the overseas exchange zone
• demanding situations of the monetary zone
• firm area concerns
• hard work industry and social guidelines
• Agricultural quarter
• Municipal governments
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