Slovenia’s economy continued to grow at a strong pace in the first three quarters of 2017. Real GDP increased by 5.1% compared to the first three quarters of 2016. Growth was mainly driven by domestic demand but also net exports. In particular, there was strong growth in public as well as private investment. Private and public consumption also increased, boosted by growing disposable income and upbeat consumer confidence. Thanks to the favourable external environment, export growth remained buoyant and outpaced import growth.
|GDP growth (%, yoy)||3,1||4,9||4,2||3,5|
|Inflation (%, yoy)||-0,2||1,6||1,8||2,0|