Slovenia's Added Value Increasing Faster than in the EU
Ljubljana, 27 June - Gross added value per employee in Slovene companies is approximately three times lower than that in the EU, but Slovenia is narrowing the gap quickly and is estimated to catch up with EU average in the next 20 years, was said at a seminar organised by the Manager Association on Wednesday. Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Vlado Dimovski spoke on added value and wages in Slovenia, the EU and candidate countries at the seminar, the aim of which is to find solutions for faster catching up of the EU average in added value per employee.
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