Illogical rules make Slovenians feel second-class

This article from the Financial Times, published Wednesday 6 December, asks whether Slovenia will be a second-class member of the eurozone with restrictions on the movement of labour from the small state.

"Low labour mobility, especially in comparison with the US, makes the region more prone to economic shocks," the article says. "A housing market collapse that hit the economy in one country, for instance, would not result in a rush to find employment elsewhere."

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