27 August 2000 BRATISLAVA-Twenty percent unemployment nationally-even 40 percent in some counties-numbers unseen in any Central European country in the last ten years. But over the past year, those numbers have become commonplace in Slovakia, and it seems that things will not change for the better anytime soon. Slovaks are, however, evidently learning to live […]

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