The decline she eventually managed to get in unemployment rate soon bounced back up after her leaving the office.

To the tune of this thread, Bloomberg ran this story.

Anyhow, what I found most interesting about her premiership was actually the fact that she increased social security and health spending both by 31,8% in real terms during her reign. Or that was just the direct result of other policies and effectually the criteria for social security benefits may not have changed.


Edited by MicMeister (04/09/13 12:12 PM)
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