NORDIC COUNTRIES DO NOT SUPPORT MINIMUM WAGE IMPLEMENTATION ACROSS EU




Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Scandinavian countries Denmark, Sweden and Finland oppose the implementation of a minimum wage that would apply across the European Union.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, who took office last November, argues that there should be minimum wage and unemployment insurance arrangements across the European Union, especially in order to curb the migration of skilled workers from east to West.

As the European Union prepares to meet to discuss Leyen's motion, the British Guardian reported that the Nordic countries oppose the implementation of such a plan because of lower salaries for their employees and a weakening of their right to collective bargaining.

The newspaper also shared with its readers that the Danish government wanted to guarantee in writing that the collective bargaining system would be exempt from any new directives, with Finnish and Swedish ministers voicing similar views.


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