Mick Wallace When it comes to International Law, the #EU shouts foul when it suits, and then at other times - #Iran #Venezuelahttps://t.co/nePzG6Oa2H
Mick Wallace The Mercosur Trade deal might be good for European manufacturing but it is bad for the #Environment, bad for food s… https://t.co/j0Al94zIG6
Mick Wallace The #US sanctions against #Venezuela are a form of war, designed to hurt the most vulnerable. Recognition of Guaido… https://t.co/vtQ8eHT8OQ
Mick Wallace Europe needs to stand up to #US #Israeli #Saudi aggression against #Iran - These countries have a problem with Ira… https://t.co/E6NsvAxGXL
To ask the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation the publication date for the Action Plan for Jobs 2013; if all actions set out in the Action Plan for Jobs 2012 will be achieved before work on the 2013 plan commences; and if he will make a statement on the matter. - Mick Wallace. For ORAL answer on Thursday, 24th January, 2013.   REPLY Work on the Action Plan for Jobs 2013 has already been underway for several months, The Government recently held a special cabinet meeting on jobs, as we did last year, to ensure that every opportunity has been taken across Government to support this central priority of Government.   I am currently finalising the 2013 Action Plan for Jobs on behalf of the Government. The Action Plan will be published in the coming weeks and will once again include a range of actions to be delivered across Government that will improve the operating environment for business, improve Ireland’s competitiveness and support job creation. This plan is a key instrument in our objective to transform the economy from one that became over dependent on property, construction and debt to one focused on enterprise, innovation and exports.   A final Quarterly Progress Report on the implementation of the Action Plan in 2012 will be published very shortly. I anticipate that, in keeping with the high level of implementation reported for the first three Quarters of 2012, the final Progress Report for 2012 will indicate an implementation rate close to95% for all actions which were due to have been delivered last year. Any actions which were not fully implemented in 2012 will, for the most part, be included in the 2013 Action Plan for completion. Often, this was due to slower than anticipated delivery of new legislation. A very small number of actions which were not possible to implement due, for example, to budgetary constraints, will be replaced with other deliverables in 2013.   Key objectives have been realised under the Action Plan for Jobs in 2012, including implementation of measures to improve competitiveness, access to finance, support to enterprise and the development of sectoral strategies to protect and create employment.   2012 also saw significant net job creation by EI and IDA-supported companies, building on the positive results of 2011 and following successive years of significant net job losses.   We will continue to build on this progress in 2013 through the Action Plan for Jobs process.

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