Germany to rely on Indonesian staff due to skilled worker shortage

JAKARTA, Aug 29 (dpa): Indonesian nursing staff are to alleviate the shortage of skilled workers in German institutions, according to the Federal Employment Agency.

An agreement has been reached with the South-East Asian country, according to which Indonesian nurses can be recruited more easily to work in German hospitals and nursing homes, the Nuremberg-based agency has announced.

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