25 juli 2007
Germany is set to consider relaxing or dropping labour barriers against job seekers from the new EU member states due to a rising number of vacancies impossible to fill by domestic workers.
Angela Merkel’s cabinet will debate the issue in late August, but Gerd Andres from the labour ministry admitted, “If we continue to suffer from a labour shortage in Germany, we could consider lifting the limits on eastern European labour before 2009,” according to the daily Hanoversche Allgemeine Zeitung.
Bron: EUobserver, 25 juli 2007
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