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Britain: half of East-European immigrants returned home

de A.C.
Miercuri, 30 aprilie 2008, 11:26 English | Regional Europe

Half of the East European immigrants who chose to try their chances in Great Britain have returned home, a Public Policy Research Institute report informs, quoted by Reuters. The study shows that immigrants prefer to return home, since after entering the EU their country's economies rose considerably.

The study reveals that, as compared to 2007, the number of immigrants entering Britain is down by 30,000. The Institute forecasts that immigrants will seek to work in less restrictive countries of the EU.

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