Christmas Business Poor in Polish Economic Depression
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Christmas Business Poor in Polish Economic Depression

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The Jewish deputy Rosmarin from Galicia refused to give out any information about the conference he had yesterday with President Moscicki. It is learned, however, that Rosmarin defined his attitude towards the government crisis in a special Jewish postulate regarding tax reform and the right of labor, and compulsory Sunday rest.

In view of the very serious economic crisis now prevailing in Poland, despite the approaching Christmas holidays, the stores are empty and many bankruptcies are reported from the Nalew Kirajon district.

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