While Poland is reaping the benefits of economic reforms, it continues to struggle with dangerously high unemployment. Although a growing private sector and gray economy are easing the situation somewhat, measures taken by the state to reduce unemployment have been ineffective by DAGMAR MROZIEWICZ THE RESTRUCTURING OF POLAND’S WORK force is one of the most […]

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