Economists from the National Center for Scientific Research, the University of Clermont-Auvergne and the University Paris-Nanterre, have shown with a study that the arrival of asylum seekers does not lead to a deterioration in the economic performance and public finances of European countries that welcome them. Moreover, according to the study based on 30 years of data from 15 countries in Western Europe, the economic impact tends to be positive, since a proportion of asylum seekers become permanent residents.

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