Slovenia has an agricultural area of 785,000 hectares (1998), which is 38.7 of the total area. In comparison to other central and eastern European countries (CEECs), the macroeconomic importance of agriculture is relatively low. The agricultural sector accounts for 6% of total employment. The share of the gross domestic product (GDP) from agriculture is less than 4% and is declining. However, the economic importance of agriculture is higher than these data indicate; it is an important developmental, social and political factor.
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