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Reform Priorities (April 2021)

Going for Growth 2021 - Slovenia

Several long-standing vulnerabilities risk slowing down the recovery. Lowering labour taxes should be a priority. Currently, low-skilled workers have few incentives to enter employment or increase work efforts as high-income taxes erode income gains. Another concern is the relatively high share of state-owned enterprises, present across all sectors, which hinder competition and reallocation of resources to most productive firms during the recovery.

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2021 Structural Reform Priorities

  • Tax system: Adjust the tax-benefit system to strengthen work incentives for low and high income earners
  • Labour market: Reform the wage setting process and improve targeting of employment and training assistance
  • Competition and regulation: Eliminate barriers to entry and competition
  • Education and skills: Improve students' performance and employment prospects
  • Labour market and fiscal sustainability: Reform pension regime in light of rapid ageing

 

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