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May 04, 2014
Workers of textile firm Arena Moda look at a computer during a strike at the Arena Moda factory in Pula...
Pula, Croatia
Workers of textile firm Arena Moda look at a computer during a strike at the Arena Moda factory in Pula...
Workers of textile firm Arena Moda look at a computer during a strike at the Arena Moda factory in Pula March 10, 2014. Arena Tekstil employees from the Adriatic town of Pula went on strike in February after not being paid for at least four months. Ten months after Croatia achieved its dream of joining the European Union, its economy is still shrinking, sending a troubling reminder to its ex-Yugoslav neighbours that the bloc cannot promise prosperity. Croatia, the EU's 28th member state, is its worst economic performer this year, along with bailed-out Greece and Cyprus, and there is little sign so far of local start-ups or foreign investors generating viable businesses beyond tourism. Picture taken March 10, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST TEXTILE)
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