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Czech carmaker capital struggles to absorb ‘good’ migrants

By DW
03 December 2018   |   11:33 am
Despite rejecting refugees, the Czech Republic has been recruiting migrants to keep its economy running. But as companies cut corners to get foreign workers, the trend is becoming a new vehicle for populist politics.

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