As the strike by Croatia Airlines pilots and flights attendants over pay cuts stretches into its third day, Minister of Transport Sinisa Hajdas Doncic said the carrier would go bankrupt if the restructuring plan is not put into action. The walkout, which began early Tuesday, continued Thursday as management and unions failed to reach a deal on new contracts after two days of negotiations. Local newspapers reported the restructuring measures include plans to cut around 200 employees and ...

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