Luxembourg -Worries about systematic destruction of production -April 17, 2012

In a joint statement the trade unions OGB-L and the LCGB-SESM have expressed their worries about announcements related to the ArcelorMittal plant in Dudelange. Though a tripartite agreement just has been signed on the future of the metal sector the company has planned a significant reduction of the production, thus provoking artificial shortages. The unions have launched an appeal to the Luxembourg government to stop the systematic destruction of the steel heritage.

French: http://www.ogbl.lu/syndicat-siderurgie-mines/la-prochaine-victime ...

 

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