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Greek industrialists call on government to adopt circular economy practices

The Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) called on the government to adopt a plan for the transition to a circular economy, as proposed by the European Commission, saying that an exit from strict economic supervision should not lead to complacency and a return to the problematic economic model of the past. 

  • Published in Greece

Economic recovery could lead to rise in wages

One in 10 workers in Greece has part-time employment, while in the EU-28 the part-time employment rate is double (two in 10 workers), the Federation of Hellenic Enterprises (SEV) said in its weekly bulletin on the Greek economy.
In both regions, part-timers work an average 20 hours per week, with the manufacturing sector showing relatively low part-time employment levels (equal to the EU-28 average), evidence that the use of machinery equipment with shifts in production process does not favour part-time employment.

  • Published in Greece
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