Merkur CEO: Interest Rate Cuts Could Raise Minimum Wage
Ljubljana, 12 January - The chairman of hardware retailer Merkur Bine Kordez told a panel organised by the Ljubljana Faculty of Economics on Tuesday that the Slovenian economy was losing between EUR 200m and EUR 400m due to needlessly high interest rates, adding that the money could be used for raising the minimum wage.
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