BMI View: Slovenia is on track to register a strong year for both its economy and the retail sector. We
expect euro value of total household spending to expand by 2.3% this year, an acceleration from both of the
preceding years. Declining unemployment and rising wages ..."
BMI View: Household expenditure is forecast to remain stagnant in Slovenia in 2016. External demand has
risen as the eurozone recovery remains on a cyclical upswing, but domestic demand in Slovenia has
remained weak. This is largely due to the debt overhang that persi ..."
BMI View: Slovenia will maintain a positive retail sector growth forecast as continued economic recovery
stimulates household incomes and employment in the country. This will directly benefit disposable income
levels and allow consumers to divert funds for higher leve ..."
BMI View: We have a positive outlook on Slovenia's retail sector on the back of continued economic
recovery, which will have a positive effect on employment and household incomes, leading to higher levels
of disposable income for consumers, and higher spending on non- ..."
BMI View: The Slovenian retail sector will benefit from the economic growth projected for the remainder
of BMI's forecast period to 2019. As the country exits a period of weak economic performance,
unemployment will start decreasing more rapidly and household incomes ..."
BMI View: The Slovenian retail market is set to post a slow but stable growth rate over the forecast period
amidst the public reforms and high market maturity. The decline of euro against dollar will make non-EU
imports less competitive, however, the European retail chains and ..."
BMI View: We forecast that political instability and delays in public sector reform will create obstacles
for the growth of Slovenia's retail market during the next few years. Total household spending is
anticipated to slump by more than 5% in 2015 and will not start ..."
"The Future of Retailing in Slovakia to 2018" is based upon an extensive, cross-country, industry research program which brings together Conlumino's research, modelling, and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data. It provi ..."
BMI View: We anticipate that Slovenia's retail market will post weak economic growth over the next few
years due to its economic and political instability, low consumer confidence, soaring public debt and aging
population. Total household spending is forecasted to dip ..."
BMI View: Slovenia's retail sector is set to post minimal growth over BMI's forecast period to 2018.
Household spending is forecast to rise by 1.5% per annum, aided by falling unemployment and more
households entering the middle-income wage bracket of USD10,000-plus, ..."