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Meanwhile, new government statistics showed that unemployment in Poland dropped to 12.6 percent in April from 13.1 percent the previous month as a result of seasonal jobs in the construction, agriculture, forestry and tourism sectors.

Two decades after the fall of communism, Poland’s economy is growing at a brisk pace of about 4 percent this year.

Nonetheless, wages remain low for many workers, especially those with state jobs, and many are suffering from a recent rise in fuel and food prices.

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