Four more European Union countries have opened up their labor markets to Czechs and citizens from other new EU member countries. As of May 1st, workers from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia can now work in Finland, Greece, Portugal, and Spain without restrictions. This is in addition to Ireland, Sweden, and the UK, which never had any restrictions.
Read more about it on the BBC News website.
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