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Union 'embraces' Ineos's survival plan to save Grangemouth from closure
October 24, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
The Unite union, representing about three-quarters of the workforce at the Grangemouth petrochemical and refinery complex, has expressed optimism after a meeting with Grangemouth management this morning to discuss the petrochemical plant's threatened closure. The union says it has decided to "embrace" Ineos's survival plan "warts and all" to avert the closure and save the 800 jobs. Len McCluskey, Unite's general secretary, said after the talks, "I feel very positive about our objective of making certain that the...
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