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More migrants in jobs or training in Germany

By DW
07 September 2018   |   10:27 am
The German government is set to debate new proposals on immigration that would give priority to skilled migrants. It's not clear whether the criteria would apply to the more than 1 million migrants who have arrived since 2015.

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