Slovenia announces minimum wage for 2021

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Slovenia's Labor Minister Janez Cigler Kralj has announced after meeting social partners on Tuesday that he will set the minimum wage for 2021 at EUR 1,024 gross.

This is 120% of the minimum cost of living and the lowest possible rise under minimum wage legislation, reported state news agency STA. Last year, the minimum wage stood at EUR 941 gross. 

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