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Parliamentary questions
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22 March 2013
E-003318-13
Question for written answer E-003318-13
to the Commission
Rule 117
Eleni Theocharous (PPE) , Niki Tzavela (EFD)

 Subject:  Action via the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to address the impact of the economic crisis in Cyprus
 Answer in writing 

On the basis of scenarios tabled in the Cypriot Parliament for an agreement to rescue the Cypriot economy, there is clearly a risk of job losses in at least one of the biggest banks in Cyprus (Laiki Bank). There is also a danger that the crisis will trigger job losses in other banks and companies.

Are the European Union and, more importantly, the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) prepared to support unemployed persons in obtaining training and finding new jobs, on the basis of national programmes and following requests by the Republic of Cyprus and the parties concerned, in a bid to combat unemployment and maintain social cohesion?

Original language of question: ELOJ C 12 E, 16/01/2014
Pravna obavijest - Politika zaštite privatnosti