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Youth Employment Initiative: €1.1 billion of EU money to tackle youth unemployment in Italy

Youth Employment Initiative: €1.1 billion of EU money to tackle youth unemployment in Italy Choose translations of the previous link 

11/07/2014

The European Commission has adopted today the national Operational Programme for the implementation of the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) in Italy. This is the second YEI Operational Programme adopted by the European Commission, after the first in France last month.

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