Germany cancels ban on entry of migrant workers from Eastern European

Germany cancels ban on entry of migrant workers from Eastern European
# 30 April 2011 11:55 (UTC +04:00)
Baku. Ali Ahmadov – APA-Economics. Germany officially cancels ban on entry of migrant workers from Eastern European countries that are included in the European Union. Some of them were part of the Soviet Union, APA reports citing Deutsche Welle. According to words of head of the Federation of German Employers’ Associations Dieter Hundt, the German labor market due to the current conjuncture can be good without any difficulty to attract up to 120,000 skilled workers from Eastern Europe. We are talking about Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. As noted by Hundt, only in one technical area and the industries related to natural history, Germany is missing about 120 thousand specialists.

Germany and Austria were the last to abolish the EU labor restrictions. After the EU enlargement to the east in 2004, Western European countries have been imposing certain restrictions on the maximum term of seven years. Germany and Austria have fully used the seven-year term, and May 1, 2011 opened their labor markets to citizens from all EU countries.
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