Spain launches campaign to reduce youth unemployment

03/13/2013 | Deutsche Welle (Germany) · Independent.ie (Ireland)

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said the government will enact more than 100 measures and spend €3.5 billion over four years to cut youth unemployment, which has reached 55%. The programs include tax incentives for young freelance workers, state-funded unemployment benefits for startup ventures and reduced social security contributions for self-employed young people.

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Deutsche Welle (Germany) · Independent.ie (Ireland)

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