10 thoughts on “German ThyssenKrupp bosses richer than ever

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  2. Italian steel workers oppose job cuts

    Several hundred steel workers employed at the stainless steel plant at Terni, central Italy went on strike on Monday. They are opposing plans by the owner, the German company of ThyssenKrupp, to cut around 550 jobs and halve production in an attempt to cut costs at the plant. The company say that although the plant is one of the most modern in Europe it has been losing money for several years due to the state of the market and oversupply.

    One of the employees has begun a hunger strike to oppose the cuts and is calling on the Italian government to intervene to prevent the job losses.



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