Mr. Radovan Žerjav, the Minister of Economic Development and Technology of Republic of Slovenia outlined the package of measures aimed at boosting the economy which was approved by the cabinet. It comprises 155 concrete proposals aimed at reforming labour and pension legislation, ensuring the stability of the banking sector and improving the wider business environment. Mr Žerjav stressed that this was one of the most significant strategic documents to emerge as part of the Government’s programme this year. In total, the package contains 60 measures, including 21 acts, 12 by-laws and 10 strategic documents.
The crucial part of the third package of measures to boost the economy relies on the labour market and pension system reforms, as the Government seeks to promote competitiveness and create conditions for greater productivity in companies in this respect.
Source: Government of the Republic of Slovenia