Lithuania - Green light for more foreign labour - February 28, 2017

The government has given a green light to hiring foreign specialists of certain fields, however, some opposition politicians warn that this could pave way for cheaper labour force that will stop the increase of wages for Lithuanian citizens. One of the expectations is that more professionals from Ukraine will come now that it has become easier for businesses to hire third-country nationals in certain occupations. The government assured that while making employment of foreign experts easier, it has created sufficient guards for the wages of local residents.

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