Edition 41/2015
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four out of five Hamburg companies are willing to hire refugees as interns or full-time employees. 70 per cent of firms could image to take migrants as trainees. These are some results of survey, recently conducted by the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce. The chamber announced actions, initiatives, and central points of contact helping to quickly integrate refugees.

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