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Welsh Assembly latest news and events
Updated: 36 min 41 sec ago
North East Wales is reaping the rewards of infrastructure investment and high quality employment as a direct result of policies at the heart of the Welsh Government’s new Economic Action Plan
Welsh Government working with DECA on plans for second Welsh Advanced Manufacturing and Research Institute
The Welsh Government has made significant progress in its plans to establish a second Advanced Manufacturing and Research Institute (AMRI) in North Wales
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has been visiting businesses and construction projects in the Rhymney Valley and seeking views on the challenges and opportunities facing the region.
Representatives of over 80 Welsh companies are set to attend Wales’ second Heathrow business summit in Cardiff today.
An Ystrad Mynach based packaging company that has secured a significant contract to supply paper straws to McDonald’s is expanding rapidly, partly thanks to a package of Welsh Government support.
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has been in Crumlin to open the new £14m global headquarters of life sciences company, BBI Group.
Welsh Government is taking a delegation of exporters to Brazil to explore export opportunities and improve their understanding of the Latin American market.
Airbus and other leading North Wales exporters will join Economy Secretary Ken Skates for talks on the future of trade after Brexit today.
Work to prepare a site in Caerphilly for 200 new homes and more than 6000 sq m of employment space will begin next week, Economy Secretary Ken Skates has said.
Latest figures show that more than 3000 jobs new jobs were announced in Wales last year following investment by overseas companies.
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has today unveiled Boots Hearingcare’s new offices in Llandudno, which have been developed following £250,000 of Welsh Government support.
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has welcomed a major international nuclear conference to Wales.
Cabinet Secretary Ken Skates will highlight the achievements and issues faced by the automotive sector in Wales during his keynote speech at this year’s Autolink event.
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has announced £3.5m for a project that will help Welsh businesses turn data science research and analytics into the products and processes of tomorrow.
Welsh Government investment has supported Llanberis-based DMM Engineering to grow and give a boost to the local economy, Economy Secretary Ken Skates has said following a visit to the company.
The access that Welsh businesses will have to EU markets after Brexit will be on the agenda today when Economy Secretary, Ken Skates speaks to companies looking to drive up their exports.
Cardiff will host a Welsh special preview of the feature film Show Dogs tomorrow ahead of its UK wide release.
From today, businesses seeking Welsh Government support will need to enter into a new Economic Contract aimed at driving fair work, inclusive growth and responsible business behaviours.
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates is championing Welsh sites as the perfect choice for Logistics Hubs to host some of the off-site construction for Heathrow’s expansion project.
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has welcomed the start of construction at the Welsh Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute (AMRI) in Broughton.