French Prime Minister Manuel Valls unveiled measures Monday to help young people into work, in response to weeks of protests against proposed reforms to labour laws.
The measures, worth up to 500 million euros ($570 million) a year, include an initiative to encourage employers to hire young workers on full-time contracts rather than on a part-time basis.
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