‘Truly Unprecedented’ as Countries Target Jobs and Investments in Jobs-Friendly Cities

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A series of recent announcements from several countries has shown that they are seriously considering a more generous investment policy towards job creation and development.

These include a move to encourage more investment in cities, and an increased role for cities in the development of high-paying jobs, and in the creation of jobs in low-wage sectors.

This article looks at some of the recent announcements by countries.

New Zealand New Zealand announced that it would make a commitment to invest $100 billion in job creation in the next 10 years, including $15 billion for job-training and education programs.

This would be a major step forward in terms of a major effort towards jobs-friendly cities.

China China has recently made significant efforts to address the job creation issue.

In December, the Chinese government announced that China’s GDP will increase by 2.5% over the next three years.

That is a huge boost for the country.

The Chinese government is now working towards a national economic development strategy that will help to stimulate the economy and build a strong middle class.

India A new initiative called the India Job Grant has been launched to encourage job creation by encouraging government agencies to issue new visas to those seeking to work in India.

These visas will allow for more people to get jobs in India and help to increase the number of Indian people able to work here.

The aim is to help India become a global hub for jobs.

India has also made efforts to expand its manufacturing sector and promote trade in goods and services.

This is another major initiative that has been welcomed by businesses and governments.

Indonesia A new policy is also under consideration that would provide up to 1,000 jobs a year to Indonesians seeking to build a new high-speed train.

This plan has been met with support from Indonesia’s business community.

Australia Australia has a long history of investing in job-friendly industries, and the Australian Government has been one of the leading supporters of these efforts.

A number of recent initiatives have been made to boost the construction industry in Australia.

These have included new high speed rail lines, new high density housing developments and new industrial parks.

A new high performance training and development centre is being constructed at the Sydney Airport, as part of a large infrastructure investment program.

These initiatives have also been met by strong opposition from business groups, and a number of Australian companies have announced that they will move operations to other locations.

South Korea South Korea has recently implemented a policy of expanding its employment opportunities in the construction and manufacturing industries.

The South Korean government announced a new employment policy that will increase the workforce in the South Korean construction sector from 200,000 to 400,000 workers over the coming years.

South Korean companies will be able to hire up to 400 workers in the country every year.

Other countries South Korea’s recent policy of promoting jobs in the manufacturing and construction industries has been applauded by the private sector, and has been endorsed by the Government of South Korea.

For example, Hyundai Motor announced that over the past five years it has hired 1,200 people in the automotive sector and 500 people in construction.

The government is also encouraging the construction sector to increase employment opportunities, and by introducing incentives such as a discount for new job applicants.

The announcement also stated that South Korea would invest $500 million in new jobs in manufacturing and investment in education, health and social care.

The United States In September, the Trump Administration announced a plan to expand and modernize the US manufacturing sector, including an increase in manufacturing capacity.

The US Department of Labor announced that the US would be the first nation to introduce a $15 minimum wage in 2018.

This will result in a $1.7 trillion increase in employment over the course of the decade, and will create at least 15 million jobs.

This move will also provide the US with a strong manufacturing base for its export industries.

China President Xi Jinping has announced that a new $1 trillion investment fund is being launched, and this fund will invest in jobs in China.

This investment fund will fund a variety of infrastructure projects, including roads, railways, ports and airports, as well as other industrial facilities and new research and development centers.

This initiative has also been welcomed in a number local business sectors.

The plan will help support the expansion of China’s manufacturing sector in order to help the country grow its economy.

Australia The Australian Government recently announced that its economy will grow by 2% over 10 years and will also see a doubling of the number to 3 million jobs, creating 1.2 million new jobs by 2021.

These are major milestones for Australia.

Australia is a country that has a strong economy, and it has been successful in diversifying its economy and creating jobs.

However, the country has faced some of its problems in terms for jobs growth, particularly for women.

In October, the Australian Bureau of Statistics released a report showing that the unemployment rate for women is 5.6%, higher than the national rate of 4.3%.

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