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Transitional Period for Croatian Workers Fails to Convince Both Employers and Unions

Ljubljana, 8 June - Representatives of employers and trade unions have been left unconvinced by the government bill for a two-year transitional period for workers from Croatia. Employers say Croatian workers could boost competitiveness while unions say the rules should instead safeguard against low labour prices.

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