HUNGARY: Danone to announce fate of biscuit factory on Monday
The controversial fate of the Gyori Keksz biscuit factory in Gyor, Hungary, is set to be revealed on 2 July (Monday), when French food major Danone will announce its final decision on production restructure plans at the plant. Danone's earlier announcement caused protests by trade unionists when it was revealed that the plant would be closed because of company restructure plans, a move that would see the loss of around 600 jobs and biscuit production moved to its other Hungarian plant in Szekesfehervar. The company responded by saying that it would devise a scheme to retain the factory.
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