A study by the Bertelsmann foundation has revealed that Germany’s working population will decline by a third by 2050 if the country does not take steps to increase immigration from non-EU countries. The study says Germany needs between 276,000 and 491,000 net immigrants from non-EU nations every year to maintain its economy.
Author: Colin R. Singerhttps://investmentimmigration.com
Colin R. Singer is Managing Partner of investmentimmigration.com and immigration.ca and one of Canada’s foremost senior corporate immigration attorneys. He is recognized as an experienced authority on Canadian immigration matters as well as the international residence-by-investment industry through investmentimmigration.com. He is a licensed immigration lawyer in good standing with a Canadian Law Society during the past 25+ years.