Katainen Suggests Slovenia Reduce Role in Economy, Reform Pensions

09 Oct 2015 / By STA

European Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen has proposed that Slovenia undertake a pension reform and reduce the state's role in the economy as a way to address the continued structural weaknesses.

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