After Five-Year Hiatus, Slovenia to Get New Social Agreement
Ljubljana, 20 January - Slovenia will get a new social pact after five years of unsuccessful push-and-pull negotiations between the government, trade unions and employers. The long hiatus is not an aberration, it has become a rule in Slovenia's 25-year history.
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