Croatia -Shipyard workers fear future after EU demands end to subsidies -November 19, 2014

Workers at the Ugljan island shipyard fear for the future of their jobs after the European Commission demanded the government cut subsidies to its four largest shipyards to meet fair competition standards.

Workers at the Ugljan island shipyard fear for the future of their jobs after the European Commission demanded the government cut subsidies to its four largest shipyards to meet fair competition standards. Rushed privatisations left the shipyards with lower production capacity, leading to the bankruptcy of the Kraljevica shipyard and the shedding of thousands of jobs.

English: http://www.equaltimes.org/croatia-s-shipyard-workers-face ...  


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