Unemployment is Serbia's major problem - PM advisor.

By bne IntelliNews August 15, 2011
High unemployment remains one of Serbia's major issues despite the government's effort to boost employment, Beta news agency reported citing Jurij Bajec, economic expert and advisor to the prime minister. According to Bajec, consumer prices in the country rose by 12.6% in the past year, while average salaries increased by about 2% in real terms over the same period. In June 2010, net monthly salaries were RSD 34,180 or EUR 330, while in June 2011 the average net salary was RSD 39,322 or roughly EUR 395, Bajec pointed out.

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