Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali stated today that he expected the growth rate in the second quarter to amount to 12-15% and that an agreement would be reached between the trade unions, employers and the Government of Serbia, which are to start in a few days, for the minimum wage to be raised to RSD 35,000.
– In the first quarter, the growth rate is 1.7%, and we expect it to be 12-15% in the second quarter, which is a huge step forward, because, last year, in the second quarter, we had a negative 6.4%, and now the result will be twice as good – Mali said on TV Pink.
The minister expressed his conviction that the minimum wage in Serbia would reach EUR 300 (RSD 35,000) for the first time.
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