Imports in Slovenia

Slovenia Imports (EUR bn, %) | Economic News & Forecasts

Slovenia - Imports (percent change based on Euros)

The economy grew at the weakest clip in close to four years in the second quarter, owing to a negative contribution to growth by net exports. Import growth surged in Q2 as domestic demand gained traction, outpacing a rise in export growth, which was the highest in one-and-a-half years and withstood a continued deceleration in sales to the EU. A faster expansion in household spending, supported by a tight labor market, drove the acceleration in domestic demand. Early indicators for Q3 hint at a pick-up in overall activity at the beginning of the quarter. Industrial production growth bounced back in July, as did retail sales growth, amid a slight improvement in overall economic sentiment. That said, consumer confidence fell to a four-month low in August, while business sentiment dipped in the same month, warranting caution on prospects for a turnaround.

Slovenia - Imports (EUR bn, %) Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Imports (annual variation in %)-1.7  3.8  3.6  4.0  14.7  

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Slovenia Imports (EUR bn, %) Chart

Slovenia Imports
Note: Imports in EUR billion.
Source: Slovenia Central Bank and FocusEconomics calculations.

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