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V.5. Council Regulation 1612/68 of 15 October 1968 on Freedom of Movement for Workers within the Community

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This chapter deals with the Council Regulation 1612/68 of 15 October 1968 on Freedom of Movement for Workers within the Community. The Member States or the Commission shall instigate or together undertake any study of employment or unemployment which they consider necessary for securing freedom of movement for workers within the Community. The central employment services of the Member States shall co-operate closely with each other and with the Commission with a view to acting jointly as regards the clearing of vacancies and applications for employment within the Community and the resultant placing of workers in employment. The European Office for Co-ordinating the Clearance of Vacancies and Applications for Employment, established within the Commission, shall have the general task of promoting vacancy clearance at Community level.

Keywords: European Community; freedom of movement



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