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Social forum on wage rise to meet on Monday

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A broad forum of representatives from the private sector and the government (VKF) is scheduled to reconvene on Monday at the initiative of the government to discuss the minimum wage rise, Hungarian news agency MTI reported late yesterday.

VKF failed to reach an agreement on next yearʼs minimum wage rise at a meeting on December 14.

László Kordas head of unions association MaSzSz, Ferenc Dávid chief secretary of business association VOSZ, and István Gaskó chairman of union alliance Liga all confirmed they have received invitations to the meeting.

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