Employers slam German docker strikes as 'absolutely irresponsible'
Strike action in the late shifts of Thursday evening crippled the Hamburg container terminals at ...
Zero Hedge writes: “Update 6: While we wait to learn what was discussed during Mary Barra’s Monday afternoon meeting with Larry Kudlow, here’s a chart to put today’s job cuts in context: GM’s job cuts are the seventh largest since 2001. GM also claimed the sixth-place spot with layoffs of some 20,000 workers in Detroit during the depths of the crisis.”
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