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originally posted by: flice
This creates two problems. The first problem is that it presses the salery of the other Danish workers. Suddenly they find themselves competing with someone who is willing to work overtime for more or less free and at a lower rate.
Add to that that since most Danes, wont take a pay cut, they get replaced by eastern europeans.
This turns into unemployment, and here we go....
Who benefits from this? Only those who employ people really.... the new workers aren't settling down here, they sent the money home and don't add to the turn around of goods here in the country.
This alone is so damaging to a country that I would consider leaving the EU.
But if you wont leave, then the EU has to work very much faster so the economy can be flattened out across the board.
You can't maintain a gathering of that many countries without having the EXACT same conditions for everyone in all the member countries, while at the same time keeping the corporations and banks in a very short leash.