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Spanish migrants to Germany – Up 19 percent in 2013

A total of 44,119 people left Spain for Germany in 2013, 19 percent more than the previous year, stats from Germany’s official stats body show. The Local

Spain came sixth in the table of countries supplying new immigrants to Germany  in 2013, behind Poland (197,000), Romania (135,416), Italy (60,651), Bulgaria (59,3239) and Hungary (58,993).

Out of the more than 44,000 people who left Spain for Europe’s most powerful economy last year, 36,511 were Spanish nationals and 7,608 were from other countries.

Destatis, Germany’s Federal Statistics Office, made no mention of why the 1.2 million people who arrived on their shores in 2013 had chosen German over other countries.

Those who came from Spain represented 3.6 percent of the total.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Spanish migrants flock to Germany in 2013 – The Local.

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