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Tigercat
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re: French bosses freed at Molex plant
Tigercat   5/7/2009 3:38:11 PM
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It does seem to be casting a poor light on the French investment environment. Multi-national companies may think twice before opening an office or plant there.

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re: French bosses freed at Molex plant
w_greene   4/29/2009 3:26:54 PM
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All their doing is burying their future. What company would want to risk repeat performances of this sort of employee behavior? If demand for a product is down, then the need for employees and capacity goes down as well.

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re: French bosses freed at Molex plant
WaveMan0   4/23/2009 7:02:36 PM
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If chinese employees did these "bossnappings" to the managers of domestic or even foreign-owned companies, I assume those responsible would go to jail for a very long time, possibly even tortured and beaten.

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re: French bosses freed at Molex plant
Carl_S   4/22/2009 10:09:17 PM
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I'm not sure what the French workers or government intend by executing or condoning these kidnappings, but to the civilized world, the message is clear: don't set up shop in France.



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