The European Commission says it expects unemployment levels to rise in European Union countries this year. While predicting an economic recovery to take hold in the region by mid-year, the commission says more layoffs and job reductions could undermine consumer confidence and place additional pressure on the economy. EU unemployment reached 7.8% in October, and the commission expects that level to increase in the year’s first half as announced layoffs in the region – including automotive – ...

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