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The Labour Ministry published on Friday the recommendations of the international committee of experts’ report on labour issues. These include the committee’s conclusions on trade unions, mass layoffs, minimum wage and collective bargaining.
On the issue of trade unions, the committee does not see any need for stricter rules on strikes, while also believes there is not urgent reason for lifting the lockout ban adding that it is up to the Parliament to clarify when the employer is not oblige...
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