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Labour drought in Europe's east as workers go west


A DECADE ago, business was booming for Hungarian construction firm owner Geza Borgulya. He was making an annual profit of some five million euros (S$7.5 million) and had around 60 staff including surveyors and bricklayers.

Now, the 44-year-old has barely a dozen employees

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