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The proposed closure of the Burberry factory in the Rhondda, with the loss of 300 jobs, is "very disturbing news," says the area's Welsh Assembly Member.
She called it a "disastrous blow for the Rhondda" and "t
he latest in a long series of job losses
, particularly at the top of the valleys".

Wales is getting hit hard recently. Panasonic last week. Won't be long before the once booming house market and MEW frenzy will be a distant memory. All part of the dream that was the Miracle Economy.

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The proposed closure of the Burberry factory in the Rhondda, with the loss of 300 jobs, is "very disturbing news," says the area's Welsh Assembly Member.

Wales is getting hit hard recently. Panasonic last week.

Pot Noddle next?

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The factory makes polo shirts and production will be moved abroad where costs are lower. The firm has not said specifically where but it will be either Asia or South America
.

Same reasons every time--got to go where costs are lower. But with HPI people need lots of money to live on which means high wages. Globalisation is going to be lethal for this country and its extraordinary house prices.

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Pot Noddle next?

I realised a while ago that I hadn't eaten a Pot Noodle in over a decade: are they still as disgusting as they used to be, or have they gone downhill too?

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I realised a while ago that I hadn't eaten a Pot Noodle in over a decade: are they still as disgusting as they used to be, or have they gone downhill too?

Dunno, I dont eat 'em.

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