January 17, 2014 12:03 pm
8th January 2014 was the official opening of the Hellenic Presidency of the Council of the European Union. This Presidency is the fifth Hellenic Presidency of the Council since Greece joined the then European Communities in 1981. One of the main principles of the Greek Presidency is job creation. In a period when unemployment has reached unacceptably high rates in several EU Member States, the initiatives and actions for reversing the negative employment trends and for boosting job creation are absolutely necessary. For this reason we have chosen ‘job-creating growth‘ as our IATE Term of the Week. Find out more about this topic with this article and with the Programme of the Hellenic Presidency.
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