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The Welsh Government is further extending incentives to support businesses in recruiting apprentices in Wales until February 2022.
With an ever-increasing number of TV productions choosing to be based in Wales over the summer, Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden recently had a behind the scenes tour of Wolf Studios Wales – and saw first-hand the benefits to the Welsh economy, and growth in local employment, that the surge in TV production has brought to the creative sector in Cardiff and beyond.
UK Government ‘leaving communities in the dark and denying Wales vital investment’ with handling of successor EU funds – Vaughan Gething
Ongoing UK Government delays in delivering successor EU funds for Wales is leaving communities in the dark, which will cost Wales job opportunities and undermine badly needed projects, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has said today.
On World Tourism Day, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, says he wants to grow Welsh tourism in a way that supports Wales’ communities, land and people
Economy Minister Vaughan Gething met global technology company Thales to see first-hand how work on the ResilientWorks test bed environment for electric and autonomous vehicles and energy infrastructure is progressing.
Welsh Government support is helping a Caerphilly county borough-based business to future proof its operations by relocating and safeguarding jobs, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.
The busy summer for Wales’ Visitor Economy has shown the crucial importance of tourism infrastructure in delivering a quality experience for visitors.
Welsh companies in five key sectors will be brought together to help each other export more of their products across the globe, as part of a new programme being launched by Economy Minister Vaughan Gething.
Commenting on today’s Labour Market Statistics, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething said:
A new world-class rail testing facility on a former opencast mining site at the head of the Dulais and Swansea valleys has been given the seal of approval by local councillors.