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France takes hit from Air France scuffle

Tuesday, October 06, 2015 - 01:40

France's Transport Minister has ruled out nationalising Air France despite its economic woes. David Pollard looks at the damage caused by an attack on a human resources manager during a strike by workers over job cuts.

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Their pitches that sent shockwaves through the corporate world has batted in France human resources chief is hustled out of a meeting with staff. His mission to announce mass job cuts ending in a few scuffles. The day after and French prime minister Manuel files was at their front speech Q his mission to announce sanctions against violent demonstrations. The government is a 17% stakeholder in the end line but is now saying re nationalization is not an option to save jobs. Maybe 3000 stop impeding pundits and crude. Are expected to be Cust adopted yesterday France is the real victim says nick Parsons an AP. Which multinational globally. Would be considering increasing its operations. In France and I think you would find it's a very very small list indeed. Today extend of France features on their radar if he's as a market full consumption but certainly not want for production. As for an affront to as low cost rivals. They'll be delighted since my Ingram be too she toughness. Brian add an easy jet at increasingly claiming. Shays of business customers who haven't will look you look at the whole aura. Pat the scenes from a child to go apple incident. Air France wants to cut 10% of its long home business stuff say they've already been at the receiving end of the major restructuring. Manufacturer burning may also have cooled to complain. And France KLM has orders placed the 25 of its dreamliner aircraft those orders no looking increasingly endangered. Of being counseled.

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France takes hit from Air France scuffle

Tuesday, October 06, 2015 - 01:40