Germany is increasingly turning to Serbia to hire skilled craftsmen. While the trend may have many excited, the country's business community is concerned about the numbers of skilled young workers who are leaving.
Hungary will not sign the UN's first compact on global migration, after all UN member nations except the US approved the draft to be signed in December. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has taken a tough stance on migration.
The Hungarian prime minister has promised a hefty tax on refugee aid organizations as he vies for a third term in office. He warned in his annual state of the nation address that Muslim immigration would destroy Europe.
With a booming economy and low unemployment, Hungary is desperate for workers in all sectors. But with ongoing massive emigration and a closed door to immigration, the situation is likely to get even worse.
Hungary detains its asylum-seekers in transit zones on the EU's external border. Would that approach work on Germany's border with Austria, as the country's conservative leaders are planning? DW's Bernd Riegert reports.
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