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re: Workers on strike at Altis
Peter Clarke   6/17/2009 10:28:00 AM
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France has, once again, shown itself to be a nation with an active unionized workforce. Is that a good thing, serving to protect workers from the excesses of monetarism? Or is it a bad thing that attempts to preserve work at levels of pay for which there is little demand while discouraging investment in France that could have created alternative jobs?



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