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The AGS Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 26 June 2019, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,5%

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AGS contribution rate - 03.07.2013

AGS contribution rate: 0.30%

The AGS (Association pour la gestion du régime de Garantie des créances des Salariés) Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 2 july 2013, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,30%.

AGS contribution rate - 13.12.2012

AGS contribution rate: 0.30%

The AGS (Association pour la gestion du régime de Garantie des créances des Salariés) Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 12 december 2012, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,30%.

AGS contribution rate - 06.07.2012

AGS contribution rate: 0.30%

The AGS (Association pour la gestion du régime de Garantie des créances des Salariés) Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 5 July 2012, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,30%.

AGS contribution rate - 30.12.2011

AGS contribution rate: 0.30%

The AGS (Association pour la gestion du régime de Garantie des créances des Salariés) Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 15 December 2011, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,30%.

AGS contribution rate - 30.06.2011

AGS contribution rate: 0.30%

The AGS (Association pour la gestion du régime de Garantie des créances des Salariés) Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 29 June 2011, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,30%.

AGS contribution rate - 29.03.2011

AGS contribution rate: 0.30%

During the extraordinary meeting of 28 March 2011, the Board of Directors of AGS decided to reduce the rate of companies' contributions to AGS from 0.40% to 0.30% of wages, as early as 1 April 2011.

Following three successive increases in 2009, the decision to reduce the contribution rate was taken in view of the current economic conditions, but also considering business failure forecasts and the resulting charges in terms of the repayment of wage guarantees.