Domenica, 23 Settembre 2018

ILVA workers not forgotten, says premier Monti


(ANSA) - Bari, September 6 - Premier Mario Monti assured
viewers of a televised interview that his administration had
"not forgotten" the workers at the troubled ILVA steel plant in
the in the southern port city of Taranto.
Monti spoke with the director of TG Norba while visiting
the city of Bari in the region of Puglia where the plant is
The government and ILVA have been embroiled in a fierce
legal standoff since a local court ordered the partial closure
of the plant for environmental and health violations over a
number of years.
"The question of ILVA is a problem that is challenging the
modern business world and forcing the question of the
feasibility to produce certain goods in full compliance with
environmental requirements," said the premier.
Courts closed parts of the steel mill in a move
which ILVA has said will essentially halt production not just in
Taranto but at its other plants as well.
The company, workers, the unions, and the Italian
government have all been working together to keep the plant
operating while the environmental upgrades are made.

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