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Slovenia to Outpace Italy in Economic Power by 2029

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Projected by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to rise significantly in economic stature, Slovenia is set to surpass Italy in purchasing power by 2029. 

The country’s GDP per capita is expected to grow faster than Italy’s, bringing it closer to the economic levels of the UK and France.

Already outperforming Greece, Portugal, and Spain, Slovenia continues to show robust economic health. Following a 2% GDP increase this year, forecasts for 2025 predict even stronger growth of 2.5%, with a further rise to 2.7% anticipated thereafter.

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While Slovenia’s growth outstrips other Southern and Western European nations, it still lags behind more affluent EU members such as Austria and Germany. Nevertheless, Slovenia’s dynamic growth trajectory indicates a significant shift in Europe’s economic landscape over the next few years.

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