The Minister for Energy Transition Agnès Pannier-Runacher defended on Tuesday April 11 the establishment of a "Marshall skills plan" which should create "10.000 new jobs per year", during a visit to Méréville (Essonne) in meet the blacksmiths who help build nuclear reactors.
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