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Case study: Why German business supports, trains & hires Syrian refugees

Germany took in a million Syrian refugees in 2015, buoyed by the knowledge that these people could contribute strongly to the country’s economy... [The article] discusses what it takes to integrate a huge number of new people, and the role business can play... This case is really about German business' response to the migration crisis [and how to] find a way to bring immigrants [...] into the mainstream of the economy... [It is] a great example of a business stepping forward... [and although] there seem to be a number of issues [...] German business remains strong in its commitment to doing this.