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In Germany, Aging Companies Look To Refugees

Last year, more than a million refugees entered Germany after fleeing hardship and war. This year, Germany is expected to spend at least 14 billion euros — or more than $15 billion — helping those refugees. It's expensive for taxpayers, but there may be upsides for the German economy. The surge in young workers could help German companies replace their retiring workers.

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