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Ambition for stand-out Welsh strengths, green prosperity, skills and local jobs form the top priorities for the Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, who will today (Tuesday 28th November) set out his plans to deliver the Welsh Government’s Mission for a stronger economy.
Wales strengthens cooperation with German state of Baden- Württemberg through signing of a joint declaration
During a visit to Stuttgart this week, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, and Baden-Württemberg’s Minister for Economic Affairs, Dr Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut, signed a joint statement of cooperation to further boost political, economic, social, and ecological ties.
Global electronics company, Panasonic, has today cemented its ongoing commitment to Wales by announcing an up to £20m investment in its facility in Cardiff.
Responding to the Vishay announcement, Welsh Economy Minister Vaughan Gething said:
- £40m investment will help refurbish the 150-year-old Holyhead Breakwater, which is gradually being eroded by the Irish Sea.
- The superstructure – the longest in the UK - provides essential protection to the Port of Holyhead which protects the infrastructure and allows ships to dock safely.
Minister for the Economy, Vaughan Gething, has today (Monday, October 16) unveiled a first-of-its-kind action plan between a devolved nation and Innovate UK setting out how Wales will build a strengthened innovation economy.
Thousands of pounds worth of sales have been generated by companies in south east Wales thanks to a Welsh Government funding programme designed to help future proof businesses.
The Welsh Government has heralded France as ‘destination numéro un’ for Welsh food and drink exports at a gastronomic celebration in Lyon.
Welsh Government marks 60th anniversary of 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing and reaffirms historic friendship between Wales and Birmingham, Alabama
Welsh Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething is visiting Birmingham, Alabama to mark 60 years since the racist bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church which killed four black girls, and to reaffirm the historic relationship between Wales and Birmingham through a new International Friendship Pact.
Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething will today begin a series of talks with business leaders, trade experts and entrepreneurs in Atlanta and Birmingham (Alabama) to discuss how US economic policy is creating growth in places in need of investment and support.
Wales and Birmingham (AL) to sign International Friendship Pact as tribute paid to victims of 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing
Welsh Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething is visiting Birmingham, Alabama to mark 60 years since the racist bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church which killed four Black girls, Addie Mae Collins (14), Cynthia Morris Wesley (14), Carole Robertson (14), and Carol Denise McNair (11) in 1963. The Minister, who is the first Black Minister of all of the UK's devolved administrations encompassing Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, will reaffirm the historic relationship between Wales and Birmingham through a new International Friendship Pact.
The Welsh Government has become a signatory of an alliance of European regional governments, promoting growth, fostering collaboration, and developing strong value chains in the semiconductor industry.