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Polish unemployment stays at 5.2% in August: labour ministry

05.09.2019 13:29
Unemployment in Poland remained at 5.2 percent in August, unchanged from the historic low reached in July, the country’s labour ministry said on Thursday.
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There were around 867,000 people without jobs at the end of August, according to the labour ministry.

The last time the number of jobless was lower was in August 1990, Deputy Labour Minister Stanisław Szwed said.

Poland's unemployment rate is expected to fall to 5.1 percent at the end of 2020 under a set of budget targets adopted by the country's government earlier this year.

(pk/gs)

Source: PAP