BELGIUM: EC approves GM Belgium sacked worker aid
The European Commission has approved an application from Belgium for assistance from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF). The EUR9,593,931 requested by the Belgian authorities is to help 2,834 workers made redundant by General Motors Belgium - and four of its suppliers and downstream producers - back into employment. The application will now be sent to the European Parliament and the Council (the EU's budgetary authority) for approval.
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