Serbia - Announced wage increase questioned - November 30, 2016

Despite the fact, as revealed by the IMF and other observers, that economic growth is strengthening and labour market indicators are showing noticeable improvement, the country’s Fiscal Council is of the opinion that the announced increase in salaries and pensions in 2017 could very easily prove premature. The Council made this statement in the context of all the ‘unsolved’ problems of the country's public finances.

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