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Hi
I have the following question -

With the Estern enlargement of Europe. Danish firms can now also recruit workers from these countries.
Are Danish and eastern European workers perfect substitutes?
E.g. would Eastern Europeans be suitable in all job functions? I.e would the job matter?

- I would say it depend on the qualification of the workers and what kind of job it is - if it's neccessary to speak Danish as a native they Eastern European workaers are not perfect substitutes.
But I am not sure, how to answer this question...so I am glad if you have some ideas, thx a lot

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