Thursday, May 28, 2009

Manufacturing going to wall

Concerns grow over Vauxhall jobs

There you have it folks. UK PLC has decided to let UK manufacturing go to the wall, as it has decided the Laundry Firms in the City and their "skilled" workers are more valuable to this country ... oh no, they're all deciding/threatening to move to Switzerland.

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3 thoughts on “Manufacturing going to wall

  • More people in work to aid Brown & Darling’s recovereh then.
    Or will their be a bailout of a firm maufacturing an inferior product (like the banks) just so zanu-labor can stay in power to really screw things up.

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  • The Astra plant seems to be one of GM’s better plants. However, it seems that political considerations (by Germany) are more important – they are putting up the cash!

    NuLab has pumped up public spending (to what benefit)? It seems strange that Brown & Darling are throwing billions at banks to make them work and little money at any other private sector organisation.

    I think that if NuLab had given a big tax rebate to everyone, we would have had enough cash to pay off cards/mortgages or buy new cars or just “consume”. That way the banks would not have needed such big capital injections to make up for loan defaults.

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  • Could this sort of thing not happen in the banking sector, if Santader get in to trouble will the Spanish government be happy about bailing out it’s UK wing as well as it’s Spanish interests.

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