Total labour costs rise by 5.7% y/y in Poland in Q4/2009.

By bne IntelliNews March 18, 2010
Total labour costs in Poland grew by 5.7% y/y in Q4/2009 (after rising by 3.3% y/y a quarter earlier) and in the economies of the 27 member states of the European Union (EU) they were up by 2.4% y/y, the European statistical office Eurostat has announced. In the euro-zone, the rise was 2.2%. Among the member states for which data are available for the Q4/2009, the highest fall of labour costs were registered in Lithuania (10.8%), Estonia (5.8%) and Latvia (5.6%). The highest rise was posted in Bulgaria (11.3%), Austria (6.5%) and in Poland . ISB

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