Germany: social partners take stand against the far right and in favour of immigration

Several employer and trade union organisations are mobilising against the rise of the far-right AfD party. The party plans to bring immigration to a halt if elected, at a time when the shortage of skilled labour in Germany is proving particularly critical.

Through Thomas Schnee. Published on 01 February 2024 Ă  10h09 - Update on 01 February 2024 Ă  10h10

An increasing number of German economic decision-makers are choosing to protest publicly against the rise of the far-right AfD (‘Alternative for Germany’) party, be it Siemens, Bosch, the Schwarz group (owner of Lidl), Jenoptik and ZF,…

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