AUSTRALIA: Employees Of Collapsed Textile Firm Demand Action
Employees of a collapsed 75-year-old Australian textile firm are demanding concrete action from the Government to save their jobs. Nine hundred jobs are at risk after Bradmill Undare Group went into receivership with debts of more than $50m. Now workers at Yarraville, Ararat and Reservoir are demanding more than promises from the State and Federal Governments.
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