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Sk3.5 billion for active labour policy

SLOVAKIA will spend Sk3.5 billion (€85.6 million) to encourage people to look for work or to motivate them to start their own business, the state-run TASR news agency wrote.

The measures are part of a plan to decrease the country's unemployment, currently at 16 percent.

Companies who employ disabled workers will be awarded additional benefits.

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