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The Welsh Government is supporting Aberystwyth-based LEB Construction Limited to expand its operations at the town’s Glanyrafon Industrial Estate with a £537,000 investment which will help the company grow, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething has announced today.
The Welsh Government is making £206,000 of additional funding available to help former 2 Sisters factory staff on Anglesey find new jobs, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething has confirmed.
Baglan land sale paves way for a multi-million-pound investment, creating 100 new jobs and safeguarding over 500
The Welsh Government has announced the sale of a 30-acre site on Baglan Industrial Estate to Glass Systems Limited, which will safeguard 500 jobs plus also create 100 new jobs.
Economy Minister calls on UK Government to provide more support for businesses facing high energy costs
The UK Government must do more to support businesses in Wales facing ever-increasing energy costs, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has said.
Monmouthshire medical technology company to create 85 well-paid jobs thanks to Welsh Government support
Monmouthshire-based Creo Medical Limited is expanding and creating 85 well-paid jobs over 3 years, thanks to a £708,000 investment from the Welsh Government, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.
- Economy Minister confirms Welsh Government support for expansion of Newport’s compound semiconductor cluster is making progress.
- Minister met leaders from leading semiconductor equipment company KLA during trade visit to California to reiterate Welsh Government support.
- Welsh Government calls on UK Government to ’get on the pitch’ with a fully funded semiconductor strategy that matches ambition of global competitors.
Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething was in Port Talbot today to congratulate the Celtic Freeport consortium on their successful bid to be Wales’ first freeport, which is set to deliver tens of thousands of new, high-quality jobs in south west Wales.
- Two new freeports set to be established in Wales - Celtic Freeport covering Milford Haven and Port Talbot, and Anglesey Freeport in North Wales.
- Both freeports aim to attract £4.9bn in public and private investments, with the potential to create around 20,000 jobs by 2030.
- Freeports designed to enhance Welsh Government investment and policies for stronger, fairer, greener local economies.
New funding to help maintain and strengthen Wales’ business, economic and research ties with European regions following the UK’s exit from the EU has been announced today by the Welsh Government.
Supporting North Wales businesses to build on their capabilities is key to success in international markets, North Wales Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.
Addressing the “Explore Export Wales” annual conference, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething will announce the Welsh Government’s full export support programme for 2023/24 and an investment of £4m to deliver it.
Minister for Social Justice Jane Hutt has visited the Employment Support Hub in Llangefni set up to offer help and advice to those affected by the 2 Sisters announcement.