Spanish govt agrees 5.79 bln euro plan to lift job market
WORLD ECONOMY

Spanish govt agrees 5.79 bln euro plan to lift job market

News Service Reuters

The Spanish government has agreed on Tuesday a 5.79 billion euro ($6.84 billion) draft plan to help the job market recover from the coronavirus crisis, spokeswoman Maria Jesus Montero told a news conference.

The government will include the plan in next year's budget to be debated and approved in the coming weeks in parliament, Montero said following a weekly cabinet meeting. ($1 = 0.8468 euros)

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