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Actual problems of labor migration in the framework of economic integration of the SCO and CIS countries

An enlarged meeting of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation on economic integration of the SCO and CIS countries took place on the topic "Actual problems of the labor market of the SCO and CIS countries."

The meeting discussed topical issues of labor migration in Russia and the participation of chambers of commerce and industry in overcoming existing problems in this area, as well as considered the experience of other countries in this area.

Vladimir Salamatov, Chairman of the Committee, drew attention to the discrepancy between the official figures and the real situation. If the greatest need is for highly qualified specialists, senior management personnel, entrepreneurs and students, then in most cases unskilled workers who do not even have a higher education come to Russia. At the same time, the number of labor migrants who entered Russia at the beginning of January 70 decreased by 2015%, compared to the same indicator last year, according to the FMS data.

Sergey Boldyrev, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Economic Integration of the SCO and CIS countries, believes that the system of Russian chambers of commerce and industry has a unique potential. It will make it possible, in a difficult domestic and international environment, to make a significant contribution to improving the management of the labor market. The expert is convinced that this will be done through the formation of effective processes for attracting and distributing labor resources, a modern system for regulating labor migration flows, reducing the level of illegal use of labor migrants and damping labor shortages.

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