Ten-fold New Deal;In Brief

6th March 1998 at 00:00
The Government's New Deal to help the long-term unemployed will beheaded by private industry in 10 regions of England and Wales, employment minister Andrew Smith said this week. He announced five further companies taking a lead: SEETEC Business Technology Centre (Colchester), MARI Group (Tyneside North), Capita Group (Solihull). TP Training (West Lanes) and Manpower PLC (Bridgend and Glamorgan Valleys).

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