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[IWS] ETUC: A NEW PATH FOR EUROPE: ETUC PLAN FOR INVESTMENT SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND QUALITY JOBS [8 November 2013]
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European Trade Union Confederaton (ETUC)
A NEW PATH FOR EUROPE: ETUC PLAN FOR INVESTMENT SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND QUALITY JOBS [8 November 2013]
[full-text, 9 pages -- includes ANNEXES]
The ETUC launched a new plan for creating investment and quality jobs in Europe. The plan, A New Path For Europe: ETUC plan for investment, Sustainable Growth and Quality Jobs, outlines how Europe can lift itself out of crisis by investing in sustainable growth and jobs through a bold recovery strategy based on investing an additional 2% of GDP per year over a 10-year period in a new industrial base and creating quality employment and educational opportunities. The new stimulus plan will create up to 11 million new jobs in Europe and aid sustainable economic and social recovery over the next decade.
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