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[IWS] EIRO: POSTED WORKERS AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT [20 December 2013]
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POSTED WORKERS AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT [20 December 2013]
Ministers of the EU’s Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council met in Luxembourg on 15 October 2013 to discuss the free movement of workers between Member States and the right of Member States’ workers and businesses to provide services across the EU. Also on the agenda was Europe’s high youth unemployment, the social dimension of the Economic and Monetary Union. The 2013 European Semester process was also evaluated.
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