BRATISLAVA, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Slovakia's largest industrial trade union said on Wednesday it had agreed with employers that wages would grow more strongly than inflation this year. OZ KOVO said the agreement with 35 employers will bring a 6.5 percent salary increase for more than 150,000 workers, slightly less than a 7 percent wage hike originally demanded by the union. "We have agreed a 6.5 percent increase," OZ KOVO Chairman, Emil Machyna, told Reuters. Machyna said OZ KOVO will ...
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