Businessmen requesting three more MINIMUM WAGES and another three months of MORATORIUM

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For the second round of aid, businessmen in Serbia propose continuation of payments of minimum wage for workers for another three months, and suspension of the loan repayment to remain in force, but only for the most endangered sectors, the “Politika” daily reports. The president of the business club “Privrednik”, Zoran Drakulic, stated with the “Politika” daily that it is now definite there will be no imminent recovery of the economy and the crisis will last. He believes that the new package of measures should be at the level of the previous one, if there are available funds, and it is inevitable that all countries will increase their public debt. Drakulic added that state should continue covering three more minimum wages and impose additional moratorium on loan repayment, but this should be more selective in the second round of aid.

Source: Politika

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