Slovenia -Pact with the unions promises to preserve jobs -April 19, 2012

Negotiations with household appliance maker Gorenje have led to a pact that aims to preserve jobs even if the company pursues plans to shift to low-cost locations. The agreement has a peace clause; the unions will cooperate with the company as long as the agreement is respected and "refrain from any action or decisions running contrary to the agreement". The company has rapidly expanded in recent years moving production to Serbian and Czech locations.

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