Slovenia with narrowest gap between minimum and average wages in EU
Ljubljana, 22 August - The gap between the minimum and average wages in Slovenia stood at 50.6% in 2019, which made the country the EU member state with the narrowest gap, data from Slovenia's Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD) shows.
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