Croatia - Worries about job losses at shipyards - November 30, 2017

Due to late payments, several subcontractors of shipyards in Pula and Rijeka have been confronted with financial problems. The risk is that they are no longer able to pay wages to the workers. This is a serious threat for 10,000 jobs. During a meeting between union representatives, shipyards’ management and government representatives the fact that the shipbuilding industry is facing numerous problems will be discussed. The shipyards have many outstanding debts to subcontractors and suppliers.

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