BRATISLAVA, Slovakia--In July 2001, when the Slovak parliament approved a new labor code, Employment Minister Peter Magvasi allowed himself to be a little self-congratulatory. This moment marks the end of a two-and-a-half-year long reform of labor legislation, he said, as other parliamentarians applauded.

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