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Ukrainian guest workers transferred 600 million euro from Czech Republic in 2018

The foreigners who work in the Czech Republic sent 1,8 billion euro to their native countries and it is for 17% more than in 2017
12:02, 2 January 2019

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The Ukrainian labor migrants sent to Ukraine 600 million euro as Radio Prague reported citing Czech Statistics Department.

The foreigners who work in the Czech Republic sent 1,8 billion euro to their native countries and it is for 17% more than in 2017. The third part of this sum, 600 million euro was sent to Ukraine. The citizens of Slovakia are at the second place after Ukrainians with 22,5% from the whole sum of the money transfrr and Germans occupied the third place with 2,3%.

Related: Ukraine's National Bank predicts decrease of labor migration to Poland in 2019

In their turn, the Czechs who work abroad sent 3.2 billion euro to home and it is for 9% more than in 2017. The majority of the transfers took place from Germany (1,49 billion) and Austria (540 million).

Earlier we reported that a possible drain of the Ukrainian workers from Poland to Germany might negatively affect the Polish economy, the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers of the Republic informed.

Related: Ukrainian labor migrants become victims of swindled job offer

Besides, it was reported that there are two million Ukrainians in Poland, who work for the Polish economy and 40,000 students from Ukraine are studying in Polish universities. 

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