Minister promises higher minimum wage
Ljubljana, 17 October - Labour Minister Anja Kopač Mrak announced on Tuesday that the minimum wage in Slovenia, currently at 614 euro net a month, would be raised above the poverty threshold, now at 616 euro, in 2018.
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