About one-third of the citizens of Central European nations that joined the European Union two-and-a-half years ago are concerned about the threat to their jobs and falling living standards, according to the results of a survey released February 21. “This is the highest level since accession to the EU in 2004,” the Nuremberg-based market research group GfK said, releasing the report. Job fears were greatest in Hungary, the GfK said. On the other hand, more than half those responding to the surve...

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