SLOVENIA’S ECONOMY IS in many ways the envy of the post-communist world. Slovenia has an average net monthly wage of $620 (see Table 1), single-digit annual inflation, positive economic growth since 1993, budget deficits of less than 1 percent of gross domestic product, foreign trade strongly oriented toward the European Union, and a manageable foreign-debt […]

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