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« Reply #270 on: June 07, 2012, 10:12:05 am »

Greek unemployment hits record while French jobless rate reaches 10pc
7 June 2012, by Louisa Peacock (The Telegraph)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/9316410/Greek-unemployment-hits-record-while-French-jobless-rate-reaches-10pc.html

Eurozone unemployment marched higher on Thursday as Greek joblessness reached a new record and France's jobless rate hit the psychologically damaging 10% mark.

Greece's unemployment rate shot up to 21.9% in March, rising sharply from the 15.7% rate in the same month last year and up from 21.4%in February, the country's statistics agency said.

Almost 1.8m people were registered as unemployed in the nation of 11.3m, according to Greece's Ase statistics agency.

Elsewhere in the crisis-hit eurozone, France's unemployment rate rose to about 10% in the first quarter, up from 9.8% in the previous three months, according to Bloomberg.

French companies cut jobs in the face of faltering economic growth, statistics from Paris' Insee showed on Thursday, presenting newly elected President Francois Hollande with a fresh challenge.

Some of France's largest companies, including Air France , Peugeot and Carrefour SA have been looking to reduce costs, leading labour unions to urge Mr Hollande to make good on a campaign to prevent a wave of firings.

“The labour market is still fundamentally very weak,” said Dominique Barbet, an economist at BNP Paribas in Paris.

Bernard Thibault, leader of France’s CGT union, estimated last week that 45,000 French jobs are at risk in the coming months.

French jobless claims rose for a 12th month in April, with the number of people actively looking for work rising by 4,300 to 2.89m, the Labor Ministry said last month.

Greece's unemployment rate soared further in March to a new record, following deep spending cuts and major tax rises, leaving the country mired in a deep recession.

Greece has been struggling through a financial crisis for the past two years, and has been relying on billions of euros in international rescue loans from other eurozone countries and the International Monetary Fund since May 2010.

The Greek statistics agency said there were 21,625 more people unemployed in March compared with February, a 2.1% increase.

Young people have been the most affected by the job losses, with more than half 52.8% of those in the 15-24 age group out of work in March, compared to 42% in the same month last year.

The figure dropped slightly from February, but experts said some of those classed as unemployed will be in full-time education.

Women have been hit harder by unemployment, with 25.8% unemployed opposed to 18.9% for men.

Greece's financial crisis has also triggered political turmoil. Voters furious at spending cuts that have led to reductions in pensions and salaries and ever increasing taxes punished the two main political parties,

the New Democracy conservatives and socialist Pasok, in May 6 elections, turning to smaller and more radical parties on the right and left of the political spectrum.

No party won an outright majority on May 6 and coalition talks collapsed after 10 days, forcing the country into new elections on June 17.

New Democracy has been running head-to-head with the radical left-wing Syriza party in recent opinion polls. Syrisza has vowed to pull Greece out of its bailout commitments if elected.
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