Croatia -Cost cutting leads to loss of 10,000 jobs -April 12, 2012

In an effort to cut costs the government has announced to reduce the number of civil servants. Half of the planned layoffs, in total 10,000 workers, is said to be gained through a large number being sent into retirement. The public administration minister furthermore added that very little new hire would take place in the upcoming years.

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