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Nearly 5 million jobs lost in Ukraine since start of Russian invasion

By France24
12 May 2022   |   1:19 pm
Nearly 5 million jobs lost since start of invasion, labour markets disrupted in neighbouring countries. An estimated 4.8 million jobs have been lost in Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion, according to a report from the International Labour Organisation.

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