Czechs will be able to work in Denmark next year, after the Danish government reached a decision to open the Danish labour market to the ten "newer" EU states including the Czech Republic which joined in 2004, and Bulgaria and Romania which joined this January. Denmark has not yet set an exact date when restrictions will be lifted. Countries where Czechs can work currently include Britain, Greece, the Netherlands and others. Various restrictions still apply in Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, and Luxembourg.
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