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UK: Plan for jobs – Does strategic ambition match fiscal cost?

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak has presented his plan for jobs, the second part of the government’s set of economic measures to fight the impact of the pandemic, in the Commons today. The first stage of GBP 160bn had been designed to help the UK economy through the virus-inflicted hibernation period, mainly via increased spending on the national health service and a far-reaching (by UK standards) furlough scheme. In contrast, today’s second package was focused on getting the economy back to work. The focus was therefore on job retention, training, (green) investment and selected tax incentives. T
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[ACTIVIDAD ECONÓMICA]

🔶En septiembre la actividad avanzó 1.9% mensual, aunque todavía se encuentra 7% por debajo del nivel de febrero

🔷En términos interanuales, la caída se moderó hasta 6.9% (11.8% en ago)

🔶La contracción acumulada hasta septiembre fue de 11.9%

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Busqueda laboral #Jewitter

Desde Judaica Norte estamos buscando un coordinador de Juventud para Marzo 2021:

- 10 horas semanales.
- Preferencia de la zona (movilidad propia excluyente).
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