Spain's social security minister, José Luis Escrivá, said on Monday that the ERTE furlough scheme will, "with all certainty", be extended beyond May 31. He indicated that the extension will be in line with previous ones - of three to four months - arguing that this will not add "uncertainty" but will give the government and business and union representatives the flexibility to analyse the situation with the pandemic and make necessary adjustments.
ERTE furlough scheme will be extended beyond May 31
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