Bank of Spain - Annual Report 2007

The greater flexibility achieved in the Spanish labour market in recent years has largely been the result of the galvanising effect exerted by immigrant workers, the Bank of Spain states in its latest Annual Report.

"These workers show greater wage flexibility, higher regional and sectoral mobility, and a more active attitude to job loss," the report says. "Conversely, changes have not been made to collective bargaining or labour hiring arrangements that would herald an adjustment in wages on

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