New BAe deal for the jobless

March 6, 1998

British Aerospace is planning to link up with thousands of its suppliers to help deliver the government's New Deal training and employment scheme for jobless 18- to 24-year-olds. The aerospace firm is concerned that many of its 20,000 suppliers will not be able to offer the statutory one day a week training stipulated by the government. The solution, says BAe, is that BAe supply the training.

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