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Things that happen, things that exist, and things that are as they are

Curiosities and events, which are sometimes cannot enter the Argentine press and media landscape. Because of being too insignificant or because being too embarrassing for the governing Macrism regime.

The meat processing plant of General Acha has closed

about 5 monthes ago

124 people lost their job
The meat processing plant of General Acha has closed

The meat processing plant of General Acha has closed

Now there are over 13 million of the 40 million Argentinians living below the poverty line.

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SanCor has closes 4 factories - 500 unemployed more

about 5 monthes ago

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SanCor has closes 4 factories - 500 unemployed more

SanCor has closes 4 factories - 500 unemployed more

Due the release of imports-restricctions, the decline in consumption of milk and dairy products by 25%, the drop in milk exports by 55%, it seems not to be great a miracle that also the dairy industry was led deeply into the crisis by the neoliberal economic model.
The company SanCor has just closed 4 factories, 500 truck drivers were fired.

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Argentina: Every day a little closer to civil war

about 5 monthes ago

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Argentina: Every day a little closer to civil war

Argentina: Every day a little closer to civil war

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The workers of the re-acquired & self-managed metallurgical company Acoplados del Oeste (former named Petinari), broken by its former owners, run and managed by the workers themselves, are in trouble.
Armed units of the regime came to prevent workers from entering to work.

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The dairy plant of Serenísima in Rufino was closed

about 6 monthes ago

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The dairy plant of Serenísima in Rufino was closed

The dairy plant of Serenísima in Rufino was closed

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The company Serenísima informed its workers of the plant in Rufino that the plant will be closed due to the ongoing crisis in the dairy sector.

Countless milk collecting centers disappeared in Argentina in the last few months, the prices of dairy products exploded, sales of milk dairy products fell into the bottomless.

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From one day to the other the chemical plants of Atanor have been closed

about 6 monthes ago

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The more or less 100 employees who wanted to go to work like every morning, found the factories of Atanor in Munro and Baradero with the padlocked gates.
From one day to the other the chemical plants of Atanor have been closed

From one day to the other the chemical plants of Atanor have been closed

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Some few leaflets, copied with hurry, were distributed, where it was communicated that the factories from this moment on, are closed.
For further information one could call the area of human resources administration at a specified cell phone number.

But neither for the workers nor for the unions, nor for the press, someone from the management of the company who was available for a comment.

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The last Argentine tire factory has closed

about 6 monthes ago

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The Mefro Wheels factory, part of a German company, located in the south of the city of Rosario closes.
The last Argentine tire factory has closed

The last Argentine tire factory has closed

Beginning January 2, 2017, the mother company, wanted to take production machines from the factory to abroad, in contraband plan, bypassing the workers (who were on the obligaded summer vacation).

At this moment, the closure of the plant in the south of Rosario has still been dismissed as unlikely, but workers were already on alert and began to guard the machinery to avoid extraction.

The idea behind emptying the factory was to avoid a possible resumption of production by workers (see there: Self-managed economy - recovered enterprises, self-managed cooperatives and social buying communities) because it would harm the import wishes of this same group Of German from its branches in China, Germany or France.

After six weeks, at the 170 workers nothing was left but to accept the mini-compensation that was the result of negotiations between the company and the Ministry of Labor.
The labor minister is the same guy which said, that he understands perfectly companies that like firing workers, and if someone wants to have work that he prays to San Cayetano.

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Cerámicos San Lorenzo closes another plant - in total 260 dismissed

about 6 monthes ago

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After having closed its factories in Villa Mercedes and San Luis in January, Cerámicos San Lorenzo now closes its ceramics-tile plant in Puerto Madryn. In total there are 260 people who lost their job.
Cerámicos San Lorenzo closes another plant - in total 260 dismissed

Cerámicos San Lorenzo closes another plant - in total 260 dismissed

cred. radio3cadenapatagonia.com

Factory workers in Puerto Madryn were communicated informally at a hastily called that now the company will concentrate on the remaining two factories in Azul and San Juan, due to the low productivity of the Puerto Madryn plant.
Ceramics San Lorenzo Argentina was acquired in October 2016 by a Mexican company, the Lamosa Group, which logically has more interest in selling in Argentina than in producing in Argentina.

Selling companies abroad is indicativefor neoliberal times. The only question is, if the majority of the people are left without work and no income, how all the magnificent things and beautiful imported goods can be bought.

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The textile factory Pampero of the Cardon Group closes.

about 6 monthes ago

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The textile factory Pampero of the Cardon Group closes.

The textile factory Pampero of the Cardon Group closes.

After closing TN & Platex in Puerto Tirol last year, now the next textile factory, Pampero of the Cardon Group in Fontana is closing.
Both factories in the vast area of Resistencia, the capital of the province of Chaco in the north of Argentina).
37 families more, overnight, from one day to the orther, left without any income.
The 'textile crisis' as part of the national crisis was caused by the uncontrolled opening of the import market by the Macrism regime.
The fact, that uncontrolled import benefits the Argentinean oligarchy, with tax-exempt accounts in Panama and the Bahamas, and at the other hand hurts the Argentine industry, is recognized.
With daily closures of factories causing thousands and thousands of layoffs (sometimes without payments of legal assigned compensation and salaries) the impoverishment of the population of Argentina continues. But it seems to be program.

See source: diarionorte.com 

Source info: Diario Norte (Resistencia Chaco)

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Once smuggled, always smuggled?

about 6 monthes ago

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Once smuggled, always smuggled?

Once smuggled, always smuggled?

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A few days ago the waves went high because of the inexplicable origin of several million US- $ of the state's No. 1 spy, Arribas, in a Swiss bank:
Arribas has been mentioned as a bribe recipient in relation to the Brazilian real estate giant Odebrecht.
The investigation on all that stalled a bit because the investigating judge died in a small plane crash. Shit happens.

Emergency declarations were searched:
Even the Super-Macrista, President Macri, stood in front of the cameras to explain that his friend Arribas does not have millions of US- $ in a Swiss bank.

All that didn't help much to diminish resentment, so a few days later it was Arribas himself, who denied what his friend said, the 20 times Offeshore-company-owner Macri:
Arribas said: the millions do exist, but they are not of Odebrecht origin, but are the result of the private sale of some furniture and paintings. How the millions arrived in Switzerland he daoesn't know.

But all this was all yesterday.
Change of scenery (or not):

The wife of the president plus their daughter extended their eternal vacations for a few more days in the Uruguayan resort of Punta del Este.

But moment had come to return home, so the presidential helicopter was sent with hurry on a private mission to Uruguay to bring back the poor woman and the child.

The outrage over private use of the state-owned helicopter was gigant:
The social networks stood in flames, people didn't get tired of showing photos of the boarding process (evidently taken by an envious or so).
All the photos with comments apllied, unfit to let the light of an Honorable and Righteous Son of the Fatherland shine on the president or someone of his clan.

So far so good. Or not.

Theme was that this wasn't all, the series of images started earlier:
It could be seen in the further photos that an official vehicle of the Swiss bank Julius Baer is approaching the helicopter.
Several bags to of type bag to carry money were unloaded from the car and loaded to the helicopter.

A rogue is, who is thinking in a bad way about all that.
President Macri's condemnation for smuggling (from/ to Uruguay) is already some years behind, and Swiss bank Julius Baer, safe haven for 18 million private US dollars of the president, parked his vehicle only by chance near the helicopter.

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Neuquén textile production facility closed

about 6 monthes ago

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Another triumph of neoliberalism: 35 mothers over night without work and without income.
Neuquén textile production facility closed

Neuquén textile production facility closed

While the workers were sent to summer holidays, the owners emptied the warehouse and production facilities in a clandestine plan.
This regime-supported actions of company owners unlikely contribute to the by the same regime expected and announced dollar-rain caused by foreign investors.
So far, for good reasons the investors seem to be little or not at all willing to invest even a cent in Argentina. Because this cent could already be gone tomorrow in the direction of some offshore account of any regime official ...
Within only one year, more than 30,000 companies closed due the neoliberal economic policy of the Macrism regime.

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Provincial government dismissed 400 police officers and doesn’t pay salaries

about 6 monthes ago

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They are police officers from the Department of Crime Prevention in the Province of Buenos Aires. Many of these policemen have not received their salaries in recent months.

Source info: Primereando noticias primereando.com.ar

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