The European Parliament on October 25 approved a resolution on the European Union’s budget for 2018. With 414 votes to 163, with 90 abstentions, the resolution reaffirmed their commitment to “financing Union policies that enhance jobs and growth in all its regions through investments in research, education, infrastructure, SMEs and employment, in particular among young people”.
According to a European Parliament press release, the MEPs increased the Youth Employment Initiative by €366.7m in c...
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