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The chief reason for the continuing immigration is economic. Despite a significant increase since 1945, the active part of the population is not growing as fast as the total population. The "baby boom" which began after the war, together with the lengthening of the life span make for a more rapid increase of the inactive population. In addition, many jobs, especially in construction and public works, are shunned by French workers. It is here, as well as in the textile, paper and farming sectors that foreigners are to be found.

Many workers return to Italy for vacations and to vote. The "Regulations on Circulation of Manpower within the EEC" which come into effect May I, 1964 laid the foundations for a real form of European "labor citizenship," providing many benefits for foreign workers within the Community area.! In recent years, the number of Italian workers going to Belgium and the Netherlands has remained fairly constant - between 6000 and 8000 annually to Belgium, and between 4000 and 6000 to the Netherlands. Luxembourg attracted an average of 9000 Italian workers in 1958, 1959, 1960 and 195I, and then a decline set in, with only 3900 entering in 1964.

In I964 and I965 the Bonn Government boosted spending for social welfare and other votegetting programs, cut income taxes and ran budgetary deficits. The result was a classicly overheated economy. But by May of I968 there were indications of a recovery. Unemployment in April touched its lowest point in two years, exports were up, and the Deutsche Mark became indisputably the hardest currency in the world. All this was the result of Governmental GERMANY 51 spending cutbacks, and a lowering of the discount rate to stimulate private investment.

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