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European Social Fund: over 1 billion euros to boost growth and jobs in The Netherlands

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19/09/2014

The European Commission welcomes the adoption of the Dutch national Operational Programme for the implementation of the European Social Fund in the period 2014-2020. This programme outlines the priorities and objectives to spend €1.014 billion (of which over €500 million from the EU budget), contributing to strengthening economic growth in all Dutch regions and to achieving the Europe 2020 objectives Choose translations of the previous link  Choose translations of the previous link  of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

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  • 23/09/2014  -  Mr Andor addresses the first meeting of the Board of the EU network of Public Employment Services (Brussels)
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