Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Govt to move to stop unemployment-benefit budget running dry


(see related stories on economic situation)
Rome, May 6 - One of the first moves of Premier
Enrico Letta's left-right government will be to take action to
stop the budget for unemployment benefits running dry, with
applications soaring as the recession continues to bite, Labour
Ministry Undersecretary Carlo Dell'Aringa said Monday.
Social-security agency INPS said Monday that CIG benefits
to cover 100 million hours for people who had been laid off or
had their hours reduced by firms in financial trouble had been
authorised in April.
This was 3.1% higher than in March and 16.05% more than the
86.1 million authorised in April 2012.
"I think that some urgent measures will be taken and among
those will be the refinancing of the CIG," Dell'Aringa told Rai
The government needs to find around 1.5 billion euros to
stop the CIG budget running dry in the next few months.

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