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Macrons Arbeitsmarktreform nimmt erste Hürde

Posted by hkarner - 1. August 2017

Stefan Brändle aus Paris, 1. August 2017, 18:58 derstandard.at

Nationalversammlung ermächtigt Regierung, Arbeitsrecht per Dekret umzugestalten

Paris – Das zentrale Wahlversprechen von Emmanuel Macron hat eine wichtige Hürde genommen. Die Nationalversammlung hat am Dienstag mit 421 gegen 74 Stimmen verfügt, dass die Exekutive das Arbeitsrecht im Herbst liberalisieren kann, ohne die Zustimmung des Parlaments einzufordern. Das ermöglicht es der Staatsführung, mit „Ordonnanzen“ (Dekreten) vorzugehen und damit politische Proteste zu umgehen. Macrons Premierminister Edouard Philippe hat bereits angekündigt, dass er das Gesetz am 20. September vorlegen und in Kraft setzen will. Bis dahin kann er den Inhalt noch ändern.

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What China Can Teach America About Clean Air

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Social Impact Investment Just Paid Off

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OPEC Has a Crippling Problem: Its Members Can’t Stop Pumping

Posted by hkarner - 1. August 2017

Date: 31-07-2017
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Eight months after a landmark deal to cut oil output to force prices up, big budget obligations drive members to keep producing

OPEC, the once powerful oil cartel, is struggling to hold the line in a make-or-break fight to limit oil production, prop up crippling low prices and prove its relevance.

Why? Its members are addicted to oil.

Eight months after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries announced a plan for its 14 members and 10 allied countries to withhold almost 2% of the world’s oil every day to boost prices, seven of the 11 OPEC members that pledged to cut appear to be producing more oil than promised. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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Posted by hkarner - 1. August 2017

Date: 31-07-2017
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Subject: Brexit Cited As Fewer EU Citizens Seek Work in U.K.

Some industries concerned that labor shortages could crimp expansion plans and slow economy

About 40% of the 150 employees at Colpac, a food-packaging business in Flitwick, Bedfordshire, are from other EU countries.

FLITWICK, England— Neil Goldman, who employs workers from across the European Union’s in his food-packaging business, blames the U.K.’s Brexit vote last year for making vacancies harder to fill.

Britain has for years been a magnet for European job seekers drawn by decent wages, the English language, and plentiful openings in the country’s easy-to-hire economy. That attraction now appears to be waning as a consequence of its vote to leave the EU, as well as accelerating growth in the eurozone.

In industries as diverse as agriculture, health care and manufacturing, executives are growing anxious about labor shortages that they fret could crimp expansion plans and restrain the British economy. Already, growth in the U.K. is sputtering as quickening inflation squeezes consumer spending. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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