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Slovakia's unemployment rate up to 5.04% in September

BNE 21.10.2019. 07:53

Slovakia's unemployment rate up to 5.04% in September

The unemployment rate in Slovakia was 5.04% in September, up by 0.07 percentage points (pp) month on month, according to the data from the Labour, Social Affairs and Family Centre (UPSVR) published on October 18. According to the UPSVR general director Marian Valentovic, the unemployment rate decre»»»

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