£10m to bridge gender pay gap in Welsh businesses

More than £10m will be spent over three years to promote gender equality in business and try to close the pay gap between men and women.

The cash, including £8.6m from EU funding, is part of a £11.3m programme run by campaign group Chwarae Teg.

It is working with 2,500 women and 400 employers from 2015 to 2018 to promote equality.

Business minister Jane Hutt will announce the cash on Wednesday at AIC Steel in Newport.

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