While the international market in trade, capital, finance and land have been increasingly deregulated, the market in labour remains, on an international level, comparatively restricted. Yet despite restrictions, the pressures on individuals to transfer their labour from less successful to more successful economies are increasingly strong, and multinational companies, modern transport and economic migrancy are making an international free market in labour an increasing possibility, as it becomes possible for major companies to site and resite production capacity across international boundaries at will. Already today the majority of the world's unskilled workers are competing for labour in an international market and this trend can only continue.
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