Govt Says Disruption at Mura Imperiling Existing Contracts

Ljubljana, 21 September - As the strike at apparel maker Mura continues on Monday, Economy Minister Matej Lahovnik as well as the state-owned SOD fund expressed concern about the disruption of production at the company. "I am afraid that a longer disruption could imperil the deals which SOD is trying to salvage," the minister wrote in a press release.

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

Murska Sobota
Workers of troubled apparel maker Mura gather outside the company headquarters demanding the resignation of the management and supervisory board.
Photo: STA

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