Republic of Slovenia : 2011 article IV consultation : staff report, public information notice on the executive board discussion, staff statement, and statement by the executive director for Slovenia / International Monetary Fund.

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  • Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, 2011.
  • ©2011
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The global crisis exacerbated the Slovenian economy's previous imbalances in the fiscal, financial, and real sectors. The authorities agreed that fiscal consolidation including pension, health care, and financial management is essential for sustainable recovery. The Bank of Slovenia emphasizes that banks' governance and capitalization should be enhanced, regardless of ownership. The authorities suggested that structural reforms in labor and product markets are critical to boost potential growth. The authorities agreed that maintaining competitiveness is crucial for Slovenia as it has a small a
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  • Cover; Contents; I. Context: From Sudden Stop to Difficult Deleveraging; II. Policy Discussions; A. Outlook: Deleveraging and Lower Potential Growth are Contstraining the Recovery; B. Fiscal: The Challenges of Lasting Consolidation; Boxes; 1. Slovenia's fiscal Exit Strategy; 2. Pension Reform; C. The Financial Sector: State Involvement and Financial Stability; 3. Staff Stress Test; D. Structural Issues: Overdue Reforms to Boost Potential Output; 4. New Labor Market Legislation; III. Staff Appraisal; Figures; 1. Economic Indicators; 2. Short-term Indicators; 3. Labor Market Indicators
  • 4. CPI Inflation and Components5. Fiscal Sector; 6. Public Debt Sustainability: Bound Tests; 7. Monetary Conditions; 8. High-Frequency Financial Indicators; 9. External Sector Developments; 10. External Debt Sustainability: Bound Tests; 11. Financial Soundness Indicators, 2010; 12. Bank Credit to Households and Nonfinancial Corporations in European Emerging Markets, 2009; 13. Structural Indicators of the Product Market; Tables; 1. Selected Economic Indicators, 2006-2013; 2. Consolidated General Government Operations (cash basis), 2006-2013; 3. Balance of Payments, 2006-2013
  • 4. Slovenia Macroeconomic Framework, 2006-20155. External Debt Sustainability Framework, 2006-2016; 6. Public Sector Debt Sustainability Framework, 2006-2016; 7. Banking Sector Soundness Indicators; 8. Vulnerability Indicators, 2005-2010; Contents; Appendices; I. Fund Relations; II. Statistical Issues
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