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Grecia paralizata de cea de-a patra greva generala

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.Sectorul public si transporturile au fost perturbate din nou joi in Grecia de o greva generala organizata impotriva reformei sistemului de pensii si a planului de austeritate adoptat de guvern in schimbul ajutorului financiar al UE – FMI.

Sub sloganurile “nu va atingeti de asigurarea sociala” si “ajunge cu austeritatea”, marile centrale sindicale din sectorul privat si public au organizat manifestatii in marile orase, informeaza Mediafax. Ca si anterior, frontul sindical comunist Pame a organizat manifestatii separate.

Cu aproximativ 1.700 de politisti mobilizati doar in centrul Atenei, autoritatile “si-au intensificat dispozitivul de securitate pentru a evita repetarea dramei de la 5 mai”, a declarat purtatorul de cuvant al politiei, Thanassis Kokalakis.

La Atena, metroul, autobuzele si troleibuzele nu au functionat joi, vapoarele ramanand si ele ancorate in port.

Traficul aerian era insa asigurat in cea mai mare parte, controlorii aerieni hotarand sa nu participe la miscare, luand in calcul “degradarea situatiei din sectorul turistic”.

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Nellu 07-04-2010 - 11:37

„Saab AB face avioane, tunuri, rachete, sisteme de securitate, etc. si apartine concernului Investor al familiei Wallenberg, care detine si Electrolux, Scania si alte firme suedeze”
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Investor Buys Big In Defence Concern Saab

(Source: The Local; issued March 5, 2010)

The Wallenberg family-controlled firm Investor has purchased 11.2 million b-shares, 10.2 percent of the capital, in defence concern Saab. The price tag comes in at 1.1 billion kronor ($150 million), according to a statement.

Before the purchase of the shares from UK defence firm BAE Systems, Investor owned 19.8 percent of the capital and 38 percent of the votes in the Swedish concern. According to the Investor statement, BAE Systems plans to sell off its entire shareholding in Saab during 2010.

In 1995 Saab and BAE Systems formed a jointly owned company to develop the Jas 39 Gripen fighter aircraft. BAE Systems at the time bought 35 percent of Saab shares from Investor. The UK firm has since sold off some of the shares.

Over time the business interests of BAE Systems and Saab have gone their separate ways. Investor has pledged to support Saab’s continued restructuring, the firm said in its statement.

„In line with our stated strategy to strengthen ownership in our key investments, we have now acted on an opportunity to increase our ownership stake to what we consider to be an attractive price,” Investor CEO Börje Ekholm said.

BACKGROUND NOTES:
In 1995, Saab AB and BAE Systems created a 50/50 Joint Venture to develop and explore the Gripen Export business. In conjunction with the Initial Public Offering of Saab AB in 1998, BAE Systems acquired 37,367,346 shares, corresponding to 35.1 percent of the capital and 35.0 percent of the votes in the company from Investor.

the 08-04-2010 - 10:53

nu vreau nici saab nici gripen nici eurofailure nici patrouille de france !

Vreau ciunga si alune americane zburatoare prajite …

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