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Romanian Private Sector Minimum Wage Set At RON700
17.12.2010, 13:13 | Economy | 611 views



Romanian unionists and employers on Friday signed the national collective work Contract which sets the minimum wage in the private sector at 700 lei (EUR1=RON4.2953) and increases wages of qualified workers and foremen.

According to the collective work contract, salaries of employees with university degrees will remain at a level of RON1,200. Employer confederation UGIR 1903 president Cezar Corici told a news conference Friday the minimum wage in the private sector has not been increased over the past two years.

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