EU leaders pledge to stimulate growth, create jobs
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EU leaders pledge to stimulate growth, create jobs

Brussels : Belgium | Jan 30, 2012 at 12:38 PM PST
Source: Miami Herald
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In a tacit acknowledgment that their exclusive focus on austerity has had painful side effects, European leaders have promised to stimulate growth and create jobs. Heads of European state and government meeting in Brussels on Monday pledged to offer more training for young people to ease their transition... FULL ARTICLE AT Miami Herald
 
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