March unemployment in Czech Rep lowest in EU

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The Czech Republic had the lowest rate of unemployment in the European Union in March, the Czech News Agency citing Eurostat data.

The general level of unemployment in the EU lay at 6.2% in March, a decrease by 0.1% when compared to February.

In the eurozone the number was slightly higher at 6.8%. Data from the Czech Statistics Office indicates that unemployment lay at 3.4% in the Czech Republic in March.

The country has had one of the lowest unemployment rates in the EU for several years now.

In Hungary the unemployment rate stood at 3.6% in March.

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