Shipbuilding Firm Cuts 65 Jobs

Friday, June 26, 2009

According to a June 26 report from the Brisbane Times, 65 jobs have been cut at submarine and shipbuilding company ASC in Adelaide in Australia. ASC is owned by the federal government, which recently stopped seeking a buyer for the company, citing the economic slowdown.

(Source: Brisbane Times)

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