Von der Leyen Seeks Europe-Wide Labor Market

June 28 (Bloomberg) -- German Labor Minister Ursula von der Leyen talks about plans for a jobs summit with labor ministers from all 27 European Union member states in Berlin on July 3 and her desire for creation of a Europe-wide labor market with common training, mutually recognized qualifications and language classes that allow people to move to where the work is. She spoke with Bloomberg's David Tweed in Berlin yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

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