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The new EU ICT Directive offers companies with European operations a strategic route for mobilizing their workforce on short- and long-term assignments. By unifying procedures for multinational companies that are transferring third-country managers, specialists and trainees to affiliated offices, the new Directive alleviates the administrative burdens associated with multiple assignments in several member states. Recognizing that flexible immigration policies contribute to the region’s economic development, the new EU ICT Directive enables greater mobility and flexibility for international businesses wishing to foster the transfer of skills, knowledge, and innovation.
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