Polish gov't handed out PLN 173 bln in aid for firms

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Polish government handed out around PLN 173 billion (EUR 38.11 billion) of financial aid to firms across the country, since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Poland's family labor and social policy minister has said, according to a report by Polish Radio.

Marlena Maląg added that thanks to different tools employed by the government, the country's unemployment remains stable at around 6,1%.

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