Old-fashioned foolishness

March 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;3/18/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p8
Comments on the proposal of the government to restrict jobs for pensioners to free up opportunities for workers in Poland. Need for government to stop wasting time for scheming unfair measures; Implementation of reforms leading to high employment for everyone; Fabrication of financial incentives for hiring young people.


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