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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Unions Making Life Difficult

Unions and newspapers share a lot in common. Both are looking for their place in the new millennium, but just tend to annoy people. The French are experiencing the full brunt of powerful unions since Sarko has attempted to add flexibility to the French economy by cutting pensions and reforming institutions. Adding to French labor woes many other artisans such as bankers, technicians, and teachers plan to strike in support of current transit workers.

Even in France, a haven of labor, public support for unions is beginning to dwindle. Labor may hate Sarko, but the public loathes unreasonable unions. Story from the Washington Post.