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Immigrants are now moving to Germany at a record rate of over one million people a year as many flee the unemployment-ridden economies of south and eastern Europe. Business leaders and some politicians say large-scale immigration is necessary because of Germany''s acute labor shortage but do German people agree? John Laurenson went to Munich in Bavaria to find out for Inside Europe.