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01/06/2023

Monthly Information, January 2023

According to provisional data, the state budget deficit amounted to EUR 1,394 million in 2022, which is significantly less than in 2021 (EUR 3,080 million), mainly due to lower COVID-related expenditure. In accordance with the Fiscal Council’s expectations, the deficit in 2022 was significantly lower than predicted in the revised budget. Upon the adoption of […]

12/06/2022

Fiscal Council consultation at the end of 2022

At the end of 2022, the Fiscal Council held a regular consultation with experts in public finance and economic policy. Participants to the meeting were Matej Avbelj, Anže Burger, Mitja Gaspari and Janez Šušteršič. On the initiative of the Fiscal Council, the discussion focused on proposed reform of the economic governance in the EU but […]

12/05/2022

Monthly Information, December 2022

According to provisional data, the state budget deficit amounted to EUR 562 million in the first eleven months of 2022; without the direct impact of measures to mitigate the effects of the epidemic and inflation, the state budget would have had a surplus of EUR 298 million. The total deficit was almost EUR 2 billion […]

11/15/2022

Fiscal Council hosted the delegation of the International Monetary Fund

On 15 November 2022, Fiscal Council hosted a delegation of International Monetary Fund (IMF) within its regular annual visit to Slovenia. The purpose of the visit was to exchange views on the current and expected fiscal position of Slovenia and the medium-term fiscal policy challenges, with discussion focusing primarily on the Fiscal Council’s assessments on […]

11/07/2022

Monthly Information, November 2022

According to provisional data, the state budget deficit amounted to EUR -283 million in the first ten months of 2022; without the direct impact of measures to mitigate the effects of the epidemic and inflation, the state budget would have had a surplus of EUR 465 million. Revenue excluding the direct impact of epidemic and […]

10/17/2022

Assessment by the Fiscal Council: Assessment of budgetary documents for 2023 and 2024

Under current circumstances, fiscal policy needs to maintain the flexibility to act fast and ensure effective measures to cushion the blow of the cost of living crisis but at the same time avoid creating additional inflationary pressures and putting at risk the sustainability of public debt in the medium term. The draft budgets have taken […]

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