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Commission proposes € 570,945 from Globalisation Fund for former workers of the car manufacturer Ford and its suppliers in Belgium 22/08/2014

Commission proposes € 570,945 from Globalisation Fund for former workers of the car manufacturer Ford and its suppliers in Belgium

The European Commission has proposed to provide Belgium with € 570,945 from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 479 workers made redundant by Ford in Genk (Belgium) and its suppliers to find new jobs.

Commission proposes €700,000 from Globalisation Fund to help redundant workers in the carpentry sector in Spain 21/07/2014

Commission proposes €700,000 from Globalisation Fund to help redundant workers in the carpentry sector in Spain

The European Commission has proposed to provide Spain with €700,000 from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 400 workers made redundant in the carpentry and joinery sector in the Castilla y León region to find new jobs.

Commission proposes €960,000 from Globalisation Fund to help redundant bar and restaurant workers in Spain 11/07/2014

Commission proposes €960,000 from Globalisation Fund to help redundant bar and restaurant workers in Spain

The European Commission has proposed to mobilise the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 280 workers made redundant in the food and beverage service sector in Aragón (Spain) to find new jobs. The funds requested by the Spanish authorities, amounting to €960,000, would help former workers from small and medium-sized businesses.

Commission proposes €1.6 million from Globalisation Fund for Dutch construction workers 10/07/2014

Commission proposes €1.6 million from Globalisation Fund for Dutch construction workers

The European Commission has proposed to provide the Netherlands with €1.6 million from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 475 workers made redundant in the construction sector in the provinces of Gelderland and Overijssel to find new jobs.


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