Italy - Lay-offs negotiated at steel group ILVA - February 28, 2017

The troubled steel group ILVA is close to a deal that could lead to 3300 lay-offs at two plants, including the Taranto plant in Puglia. The Taranto plant is undergoing a clean-up after it became clear that there are serious cancer risks for the surrounding localities. If it come to a deal the dismissals will be substantially lower than announced before. The management initially requested 5500 lay-offs.

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