10:00 launch event at the Brdo Congress Centre
The OECD will present a new Economic Survey of Slovenia on Monday 4 July. The Survey looks at the risks to Slovenia’s post-pandemic recovery from rising inflation, supply chain bottlenecks and other effects of Russia’s war in Ukraine and proposes reforms to foster stronger and more sustainable growth. A special chapter looks at ways to accelerate the digital transformation, including expanding access to high-speed internet and improving digital skills.
OECD Chief Economist and Deputy Secretary-General Laurence Boone will present the Survey’s findings from 10:00 on Monday 4 July at the Brdo Congress Centre (Predoslje 39, 4000 Kranj) alongside Minister of Finance Klemen Boštjančič, Central Bank Governor Boštjan Vasle, Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Luka Mesec, Minister of Digital Transformation Emilija Stojmenova and the Director of the Slovenian Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development Marijana Bednaš. Ms Boone and other speakers will take questions from the media and other members of the audience from 11:50.
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