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A new programme to help Welsh firms who have never exported before to sell their products in new international markets is being launched by Wales’ Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething.
The UK Government will undermine devolution if they establish freeports in Scotland and Wales without reaching agreement with devolved governments, according to Scottish and Welsh Ministers.
Commenting on today’s labour market statistics, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething said:
As the summer holidays begin, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething will today visit Dŵr Cymru’s Llys y Frân Lake in Pembrokeshire to officially open its newly redeveloped visitor attraction and recreational facilities.
Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething visited Boulders Climbing Centre in Cardiff to see how the centre has used Welsh Government Economic Resilience Funding to find new ways of operating - and keeping visitors safe.
On Monday, 12 July, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething will visit Boulders Climbing Centre, Cardiff to see how funding from the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund 3 has helped the business to adapt and develop.
The Welsh Government has made £2.5 billion available to support businesses across Wales during the pandemic, helping to protect in excess of 160,000 jobs that might otherwise have been lost.
Compound semiconductor technology sector will be at the heart of the next industrial revolution – Economy Minister Vaughan Gething
The compound semiconductor technology sector will be at the heart of the next industrial revolution and is of vital importance to the Welsh economy, Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething has said.
The UK Government has yet to present an offer to the Welsh Government for a Freeport to be established in Wales, Welsh Ministers will tell a Westminster committee later.
At an online session hosted by Visit Wales today, tourism businesses had the opportunity to hear from the RNLI and AdventureSmart UK on how to help guests and visitors stay safer in the outdoors this summer.
Economy Minister confirms further Welsh Government support for businesses impacted by Covid restrictions
Businesses in Wales that continue to be affected by Covid restrictions will receive up to £25,000 of additional support from the Welsh Government, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, announced today.
Businesses affected by the Coronavirus pandemic will now be protected from eviction until the end of September 2021, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.
The economy of North Wales can look ahead to a stronger future, Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething said today on visit to the region.