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Social Partners Fail to Agree on Ways for Saving in 2012

Ljubljana, 13 January - The social partners, who heard that Slovenia had to save EUR 700m this year at a session of the Economic and Social Council on Friday, disagree on the methods of saving, as the public sector unions oppose cutting wages and employers want to jump-start the economy with investments.

Ljubljana
State Secretary Miloš Pavlica from the PM's office, Jože Smole, the secretary-general of the Employers' Association, and Dušan Semolič, the boss of the country's biggest trade union confederation, ZSSS, (pictured from left to right) speak to the press after a session of the Economic and Social Council.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
The head of the KSJS confederation of public sector unions, Branimir Štrukelj, speaks to the press after a session of the Economic and Social Council.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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