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PCIe_Evangelist
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re: Molex shuts plant amid violence, blasts French police
PCIe_Evangelist   8/6/2009 5:30:08 PM
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How can any serious company that needs to meet the productivity demands of customers even consider opening operations in Europe?

w_greene
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re: Molex shuts plant amid violence, blasts French police
w_greene   8/6/2009 5:19:46 PM
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Message is clear. Don't operate any kind of facility in France. Close all operations and go elsewhere. Workers of France welcome to the real world.

PascalD
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re: Molex shuts plant amid violence, blasts French police
PascalD   8/6/2009 12:33:38 PM
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I work for Altis :it is not correct to write :"About 250 workers at Altis Semiconductor SA,... have been blocking production since June 15". The shut down lasted about 8 days. Production has resumed since then. Trade unions claim that the strike is not over , but is 'suspended'.But the net is that the line has been running at full speed since then.

GeniusEE
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re: Molex shuts plant amid violence, blasts French police
GeniusEE   8/6/2009 3:51:27 AM
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Bossnapped? That one got you a submission to the Urban Dictionary.



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