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Minister Moon attends Local Win-Win Job Creation Signing Ceremonies 2022-01-28

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      Trade, Industry, and Energy Minister Moon Sung-wook attended Win-Win Job Creation Signing Ceremonies held respectively in Nonsan-si of Chungnam, and Jeonju-si and Iksan-si of North Jeolla Province where each region's labor, management, government, and community representatives came together to sign the Local Win-Win Job Creation Agreement.

      Pursued under the Special Act on Balanced National Development, the Local Win-Win Job Creation Agreement aims to create local jobs and stimulate investment based on local agreements regarding working conditions, recruitment, investments and welfare benefits. Private companies participate in this program by making investments and opening job positions, while the Local Win-Win Job Creation Committee goes through a business selection process to decide how to allocate government funding for empowering local employment. These 3 agreements alone are expected to create KRW 500 billion in investments and 800 new job hires, and with their addition, Korea now has 12 Agreements in total nationwide.

      Minister Moon delivered a congratulatory message, noting that “the Win-Win Job Creation Program sprouting up all over Korea will lay the foundation for the nation’s long-term economic growth.” Attending the event were Employment and Labor Minister An Kyung-duk and Vice Chief of the Presidential Job Commission Kim Yong-ki among various representatives per region, including local lawmakers.
       
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      Trade, Industry, and Energy Minister Moon Sung-wook attended Win-Win Job Creation Signing Ceremonies held respectively in Nonsan-si of Chungnam, and Jeonju-si and Iksan-si of North Jeolla Province where each region's labor, management, government, and community representatives came together to sign the Local Win-Win Job Creation Agreement.

      Pursued under the Special Act on Balanced National Development, the Local Win-Win Job Creation Agreement aims to create local jobs and stimulate investment based on local agreements regarding working conditions, recruitment, investments and welfare benefits. Private companies participate in this program by making investments and opening job positions, while the Local Win-Win Job Creation Committee goes through a business selection process to decide how to allocate government funding for empowering local employment. These 3 agreements alone are expected to create KRW 500 billion in investments and 800 new job hires, and with their addition, Korea now has 12 Agreements in total nationwide.

      Minister Moon delivered a congratulatory message, noting that “the Win-Win Job Creation Program sprouting up all over Korea will lay the foundation for the nation’s long-term economic growth.” Attending the event were Employment and Labor Minister An Kyung-duk and Vice Chief of the Presidential Job Commission Kim Yong-ki among various representatives per region, including local lawmakers.
       
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      Trade, Industry, and Energy Minister Moon Sung-wook attended Win-Win Job Creation Signing Ceremonies held respectively in Nonsan-si of Chungnam, and Jeonju-si and Iksan-si of North Jeolla Province where each region's labor, management, government, and community representatives came together to sign the Local Win-Win Job Creation Agreement.

      Pursued under the Special Act on Balanced National Development, the Local Win-Win Job Creation Agreement aims to create local jobs and stimulate investment based on local agreements regarding working conditions, recruitment, investments and welfare benefits. Private companies participate in this program by making investments and opening job positions, while the Local Win-Win Job Creation Committee goes through a business selection process to decide how to allocate government funding for empowering local employment. These 3 agreements alone are expected to create KRW 500 billion in investments and 800 new job hires, and with their addition, Korea now has 12 Agreements in total nationwide.

      Minister Moon delivered a congratulatory message, noting that “the Win-Win Job Creation Program sprouting up all over Korea will lay the foundation for the nation’s long-term economic growth.” Attending the event were Employment and Labor Minister An Kyung-duk and Vice Chief of the Presidential Job Commission Kim Yong-ki among various representatives per region, including local lawmakers.
       
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