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  1. The impact on growth in the euro area
    1. An economic slowdown
    2. Employment
  2. Possible solutions
    1. A decline in interest rates
    2. A redefinition of the role of the ECB

The European countries which host the largest number of foreigners are Germany, France and the United Kingdom, and to a lesser extent, Spain. Germany receives about 7 million migrants and France, the United Kingdom and Spain 3 million each. Nevertheless, these large numbers of migrants received does not automatically mean that the proportion of foreigners among the total population of a country is high.

Indeed, among the nations that have the highest rates of foreigners is Switzerland with over 20% of its total population and the Baltic countries (Estonia and Latvia) with more than 10%. Germany, Austria and Belgium possess shares of migrants between 7.5% and 10% of the national population.

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