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|Topic: Politicians Risk Keeping Airbus On The Tarmac|
Posted 2006-10-05 02:46:04 and read 2377 times.
Apologies if this was posted already. I'm lost track of where this *might* go.
I'm not going to quote it.. just read it..
Political row breaks out over thousands of Airbus job cuts
A fresh row between France and Germany over the share of potential plant closures and thousands of job losses at Airbus threatened yesterday to derail the plans of the plane-maker's parent group EADS to overcome the crisis.
I predicted this would happen when I heard rumors of Streiff's plans (which I agree with). However, I'm surprised it's been so overt. I expected much more covert boardroom fighting resulting in the ousting of Streiff in short order.
|Topic: RE: Politicians Risk Keeping Airbus On The Tarmac|
Posted 2006-10-05 03:05:21 and read 2344 times.
|Quoting Osiris30 (Thread starter):|
However, I'm surprised it's been so overt. I expected much more covert boardroom fighting resulting in the ousting of Streiff in short order.
Politicians don't get credit for being covert. It usually only gets them in trouble!
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