BRATISLAVA, Sept 24 (Reuters) - The Slovak government sees downside risks to its economic growth forecasts, officials said on Wednesday, but expects the expansion to outpace most of its European Union peers' as the country prepares to adopt the euro next year. The government of Prime Minister Robert Fico, who won power in 2006 on promises to take better care of the poor, has relied on fast economic growth to help it to finance welfare programmes, including pension bonuses and family ...
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