MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Germany –
Source: The Left”With a radical saving purpose and 6,000 redundancies pleased, the Management of Thyssenkrupp its shareholders. The price rises, but expensive shares offer the group has no future. It needs a long-term rebuilding strategy that takes the employees,“ explains Alexander Ulrich, industrial policy spokesperson of the group of THE LEFT. Ulrich continues:”mass layoffs and site closures are not a solution for the problems of the group, nor socially acceptable. The Management drives for months, a yaw rate, and failed in the development of a long-term renovation plan is complete. A company of this size has a social responsibility. Since it is not acceptable that aggressive shareholders prevail, the only short-term returns in mind. Thyssenkrupp not only focus on the raisins, and the Rest, more and more left to itself. Here, it would need clear signals from the policy.“
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