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Posted on 01/24/2008


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very inhuman #1

very inhuman #1
Today, 22.01.2008, maybe, the biggest demonstration ever in Germany took place. People are protesting due to the closure of Nokia plant in Bochum. The plant is expected to close down in June this year by the latest. Then about 4000 people end up on the street. The production as earlier announced will be transferred to Romania. And this because of profit avarice and inhuman business strategy.

A lot of people which don't work at the plant have been involved in the protest to show their anger about this decision.

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