Bulgaria -Workers Dunarit military plant on strike after ministry suspends export and trade license -March 13, 2015

Employees announced strike action after the plant’s export and trade licenses were suspended for four months but later the Sofia court suspended the withdrawal of the licenses.

Employees at the Ruse plant of arms and ammunition manufacturer Dunarit announced strike action after the plant’s export and trade licenses were suspended for four months, endangering the 750 workers’ jobs. The ministry said its decision, based on undisclosed sources, was for the sake of the country’s economic and financial stability and would prevent Dunarit from exporting its production as well as importing raw materials. Workers threatened to block the bridge between the Bulgarian city of Ruse and Romanian Giurgiu, but staged a peaceful protest after the Sofia court suspended the withdrawal of the licenses.

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