by Thomas Muskett-Ford

Since 2010 - and for the first time in 14 years - greater numbers of European Union citizens have been traveling to Latin America for work than the other way round according to a study published by the United Nation′s International Organisation for Migration (IOM), but labour lawyers argue more needs to be done by governments across the region to scale back protectionist caps and simplify the visa process if they wish to see this trend continue.

(Latin Lawyer - 19.06.2015)

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