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In Poland, told how Ukrainian migrant workers saved their economy

In Poland, told how Ukrainian migrant workers saved their economy

The economy of Poland raised the Ukrainian labor migrants. The Chairman of the Polish Union of entrepreneurs and employers of Caesar, Kazmierczak, reports DW.

“Ukrainians without our economy was waiting for a disaster. They independently learn the language and then work in good faith”, he says.

According to the Polish office for foreigners, 90% of queries about obtaining in the country of residence comes from the Ukrainian citizens. Most work on farms, construction sites and helpers on the farm.

In turn, the economist Andriy Novak explains that Poland attracts Ukrainians by higher wages, reports the observer.

“Poland, thanks to the Ukrainians could significantly decrease the cost of production due to the lower cost of wages. And if our compatriots working in those jobs, but in Ukraine, we would be to increase agricultural production, high competition, resulting in prices in the domestic market would go into decline”, he said.

Recall that for the first quarter of 2018 Ukrainian workers sent home from Poland 800 million U.S. dollars.

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