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Jobs for Europe - Statement by John Monks

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Statement by John Monks, former Secretary General of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), for the major conference on employment policy "Jobs for Europe", organised by the European Commission on 6-7 September 2012.

Type: Message   Reference: I-074206   Date: 07/08/2012   Duration: 02:12   Personalities: John Monks   Location: London  
Languages: ENGLISH,
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