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EC recommends members to lift restrictions against Romanian workers

de Radu Rizea
Marţi, 18 noiembrie 2008, 10:54 English | Regional Europe

The free movement of the labor force exported by Romania didn't cause any serious effects on the labor market of the recipient countries, a report about to be adopted on Tuesday by the Commissioners' College in Brussels indicates. According to the same document, the European Commission encourages its members to lift any existing restrictions that would prevent Romanians from getting jobs in the EU states.

At this moment, 15 states imposed partial or total restrictions to Romanian and Bulgarian citizens. The list includes Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, UK, Holland, Portugal, Spain and Hungary.

The report emphasizes the fact that Romanian immigrants are working or looking for jobs, not for unemployment aid.

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