The president of the business association Cabo Verde Empresas, Andrea Benolli, said that the successive recruitment of Cape Verdean workers, especially for different sectors in Portugal, "endangers the maintenance of quality levels" and productivity.
"For companies, this means replacing thousands of skilled workers who have gained experience over the years with others who are more or less prepared but inexperienced."
" This puts at risk the maintenance of quality levels and productivity rates in the various sectors of the economy."
"Unfortunately, there is no immediate solution to this problem," the businessman warned in a statement issued by the Sal Island-based . . .