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Catalonia: a world leader in technology Catalonia, a world leader in organ transplants Art. 155 was an instrument to quash Catalonia's self-government and a coercive imposition of the state Catalan referendum results The Catalan referendum: How did we get here?
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    • For the first time in history, one single candidature has won in every one of Catalonia’s 42 regions (comarques)
    • The 2015 elections to the Parliament of Catalonia are the elections with the highest participation rate on record (77.4% turnout)
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    The Government's external action strengthens Catalonia’s global presence, protects the interests of businesses and citizens, and serves to explain the national transition process to international institutions.
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    The Government of Catalonia approves the 2015 Annual Cooperation Plan for Development

    The Executive approves its Annual Cooperation Plan for Development in line with the commitments set out in the 2015-2018 Master Plan for Development Cooperation passed by Parliament in April. The document aims to further uphold, protect and guarantee women’s rights as well the collective human rights of peoples which the Government considers to be a fundamental part of Catalan cooperation. The plan will have a total budget of €16,248,645 in ODA, a 14% increase on the previous year
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    Youth Guarantee: The Government of Catalonia's new approach to tackle youth unemployment

    The Government of Catalonia will implement its new youth employment programme, Garantia Juvenil 2014-2020 as a means to create jobs and strengthen its measures in fighting unemployment. The Executive's programme is in conjunction with the European Commission's Youth Employment Initiative (YEI), a strategy launched across Europe to address the high unemployment rate among youths. Furthermore, from the YEI’s €6bn budget, which is distributed among the European Union Member States, €241m has been made available to Catalonia through joint funding from the Generalitat and the European Social Fund.
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    Over 18,000 jobs were added to the Catalan economy this past April, registering one of the biggest drops in unemployment seen since 1996. In total 58,848 Jobs have been created in the last year showing a 9.6% drop in unemployment rate, 2.1% more than the Spanish average. The following In2minutes visually summarizes these trends and outlines the measures implemented by the Government of Catalonia to continue the fight against unemployment.
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    The Government of Catalonia presents 158 specific 'actions' to boost Catalan industry

    The Government of Catalonia outlines 158 ‘specific actions’ to boost its industry in terms of productivity, sustainability and the internationalisation of the Catalan economy
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    Basic Data on Catalonia

    • Basic socio-economic data on Catalonia
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    • Barcelona’s GSMA Mobile World Congress is the world’s leading event for the mobile industry, bringing together the telecommunication sector’s top companies and professionals
    • This year, the impact of the event on the local economy was estimated to be 436 million euros and created 12,675 part-time jobs
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    President Mas: "We must make the most of the coming months to prepare Catalonia if it is to become a State"

    President Artur Mas announced a series of initiatives which the Government will fully commit itself to during the remaining months in office. These Executive actions are in addition to the work carried out to date and will bolster the Government’s key priorities.
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    Rebuilding Catalonia: Year in Review

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