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The change in the last four years has clearly been net in-migration from new accession states of the EU.
The majority of these highly skilled migrants come from the European Union, including new accession states such as Romania and Bulgaria.
Mr Peart explained: "Baltic Recruitment seized the opportunity to recruit skilled labour from the new accession states.
Brady's candidature struck me as peculiar since he was apparently unable to name any of the new Accession States on a quiz show.
At some stage, the new accession states will operate under a single legal regime as far as a good deal of business and consumer activity is concerned.
Four out of five respondents work in the 15 EU member states and 10 new accession states.
In-depth analysis of the present situation of parallel trade in Europe and the US, including an examination of the impact of the new accession states
The Basingstoke-based group said the acquisition doubled its presence in Poland and furthered its expansion in the EU's new accession states.