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Sweden and Finland not to apply restrictions to Romanian workers

Luni, 18 decembrie 2006, 0:00

Authorities in Sweden and Finland announced officially on Monday that they would not apply restrictions to Romanian and Bulgarian workers once the two Eastern European countries join the European Union on January 1, 2007, AFP reports.

A spokesperson for the Swedish Justice Ministry said the decision took into consideration the “beneficial consequences” of the EU enlargement.

Sweden was one of the countries opening their doors for workers coming from the ten CEE states that joined the EU in 2004.

Britain, Ireland, Denmark, Greece and Spain have so far announced restrictions for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens starting January 1.

But Austria, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Portugal and Netherlands are yet to clear up their position on the degree of access for Romanians and Bulgarians to their markets.

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