Today we speak with Gerald Kreuzer of Austria’s #ProGe. We learn about the developments in the country’s textile industry, bargaining coverage and the latest agreements. ProGe website: http://www.proge.at/


Today we speak with Gerald Kreuzer of Austria’s #ProGe. We learn about the developments in the country’s textile industry, bargaining coverage and the latest agreements.

ProGe website: http://www.proge.at/


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