Shougang's laid-off workers to get new jobs

15:56, December 29, 2010      

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And of course, there's a human side to the massive move planned by the steel-making giant. After the relocation, 22,000 laid-off workers will get new jobs, as the group has pledged to ensure proper arrangements for each employee.

The company says 6000 workers will go to new plants, and another 6000 will stay in the original area to man facilities there. The rest of the workers will be offered jobs in the community and other neighboring districts. Officials say after theme parks and business zones are established, there will be further employment opportunities.

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