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Govt to establish new private-sector consultative forum

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The government will establish a new consultative forum in order to harmonize its viewpoints with those of private sector employers and employees, National Economy Minister Gyorgy Matolcsy announced on Thursday.

Mr Matolcsy said that the National Economic and Social Council would continue to function alongside the new forum. The national economy minister added that the government would also establish a monitoring committee to produce reports and analysis on such issues as experience on the operation of the new Labor Law, the tax system and technical training.

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