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Monthly Information, October 2022

According to provisional data, the state budget deficit amounted to EUR -324 million in the first nine months of 2022, and without the direct impact of measures to mitigate the effects of the epidemic and inflation, the state budget would have a surplus of EUR 377 million. Comparison of the outturn so far and the […]


Assessment by the Fiscal Council: Fulfilment of conditions for the existence of exceptional circumstances in 2023

The outlook for 2023 is currently characterised by extreme uncertainty, which requires flexible government action, and high risks of a further deterioration in the economic growth outlook, which could have important financial implications for the general government sector’s financial position. While taking urgent action to limit the impact of the energy price increases, the Government […]


Assessment by the Fiscal Council: Assessment of compliance of the Draft Revised Budget of the Republic of Slovenia for 2022 and of the Proposal for the Ordinance amending the Ordinance on the framework for preparing the general government budgets for the 2022–2024 period with the fiscal rules

The draft revised budget foresees a reduction in the overall state budget deficit from EUR 3.1 billion in 2021 to EUR 2.0 billion in 2022. The decrease compared to last year is due to high nominal GDP growth and consequently higher revenues, and a much less negative impact of one-off factors on the balance than […]


Monthly Information, September 2022

According to provisional data, the state budget deficit amounted to EUR -342 million in the first eight months of 2022, while, without taking into account the direct effect of COVID-related measures, there would have been a surplus of EUR 189 million. Revenues increased by 16.7% year-on-year in the first eight months of 2022 and 20.2% […]


Public Finance and Macroeconomic Developments, July 2022

Public finance position continues to improve gradually on the back of strong revenue growth, coupled with a rapid recovery in economic activity and the withdrawal of support to mitigate the effects of the epidemic, while the rest of public spending is growing markedly. For the time being, heightened macroeconomic risks are mainly reflected in the […]

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