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Restructuring to go ahead at fine chemical plant in France after court evicts protesting workers

12:08 PM MST | November 14, 2013 | Ian Young

About 30 workers who had occupied the manufacturing site of fine chemical company Calaire Chimie at Calais, France, for about three weeks, left the premises today after a court at Boulogne, France ordered them to allow access to and from the site. The workers had been protesting a restructuring planned by Synthexim (Calais), the new owner of Calaire Chimie. The restructuring, which involves the loss of 111 jobs out of Calaire Chimie's total of 197, will go ahead following the court's decision. Synthexim, a producer of pharmaceutical intermediates, brought the...

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