Austria's Chancellor Accuses Eastern Europe of 'Exporting Unemployment'


Austria's Chancellor Accuses Eastern Europe of 'Exporting Unemployment'
  1. Austria's Chancellor Accuses Eastern Europe of 'Exporting Unemployment'
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    Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern has said he will ask the EU to allow local entrepreneurs to give preference to "native" job candidates unless there are other suitable applications. He has cited the need to fight the tendency of Eastern European countries "are exporting joblessness to Austria," according to Die Presse. He has cited the need to "curb access to the labour market" for the poorest EU countries. "It makes little sense to hold on to dogmas which do not give an edge to EU…
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Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern has said he will ask the EU to allow local entrepreneurs to give preference to "native" job candidates unless there are other suitable applications.

He has cited the need to fight the tendency of Eastern European countries "are exporting joblessness to Austria," according to Die Presse.

He has cited the need to "curb access to the labour market" for the poorest EU countries.

"It makes little sense to hold on to dogmas which do not give an edge to EU citizens for their living."

Countries such as Austria are "under enormous immigration pressure", while countries of origin have to fight brain drain caused by workforce leaving.

Millions of citizens…

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