Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Because This is How We Get Things Done in France

FT Alphaville:

Workers at a failed French car parts supplier are threatening to blow up their factory unless the company’s two biggest clients - Renault and PSA Peugeot Citroen - stump up extra compensation, the FT reported. Employees of the engine parts maker New Fabris have rigged up a series of gas canisters inside a factory workshop which they say will be detonated on July 31 if the two carmakers fail to pay €30,000 to each of the 366 workers facing unemployment.
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