Italy -Steel workers Terni plant on strike -July 28, 2014

Steel workers at ThyssenKrupp Terni plant just outside of Rome have gone on strike over job cuts. ThyssenKrupp has announced it intends to lay off 550 workers, representing a fifth of the workforce at the plant.

Steel workers at ThyssenKrupp Terni plant just outside of Rome have gone on strike over job cuts. ThyssenKrupp has announced it intends to lay off 550 workers, representing a fifth of the workforce at the plant. The plant has changed owners already twice in the last four years and the workers fear that ThyssenKrupp, too, is eyeing short term profit and planning to sell the plant off in the foreseeable future.

English: http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/07/28/italy-steel-strike ...  

 

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