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(MPC -Florence, associated with the European University Institute, EUI) and a think-tank - the Gulf Research Center
- Jeddah, Geneva, Cambridge, Tokyo).
The GLMM provides data, analyses and recommendations aiming at a better understanding and improved management of Gulf labour markets and migration, engaging with and respecting the viewpoints of all stakeholders.
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nationals of the GCC countries.
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