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Ukraine: agricultural exports up in September 2022

In September, Ukraine’s agricultural exports reached 6.9 million tons, up by 41% MoM. The relevant statement was made by the Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov on Facebook. “Last month Ukrainian farmers exported 6.9 million tons of agricultural products. This is a record-breaking result registered since the Russian full-scale invasion started. Compared with August, agricultural exports increased…

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Moldova: over 800 Ukrainian citizens employed

More than 800 Ukrainian citizens were employed in the Republic of Moldova, 50 more than in early September. According to the National Employment Agency (ANOFM), most people are employed in Chisinau (599), followed by Balti (27), Ungheni (19), Cahul (17), etc. According to employers’ notifications, citizens of Ukraine take jobs in the following professions: programmer,…

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Poland: inflation to fall next year

Poland’s inflation rate is likely to fall in 2023, a deputy finance minister has said. Artur Sobon said on October 5 that the 2023 budget was based on an average annual CPI (Consumer Price Index) assumption of nearly 10% but “forecasting is extremely difficult in these conditions”. He said that some factors, such as an…

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