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sarcher60555
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sarcher60555,
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8/17/2017 | 6:10:33 PM
Re: Never great
Who is left? Huawei, ZTE and ....???
Lubine
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Lubine,
User Rank: Light Beer
8/17/2017 | 1:34:15 PM
so sad
25 000 : it's a lot of people.

It will be difficult to find a new job for every one of them.

I believe big companies are not the better way to develop a national economy and preserve employment. It's a question about security : many more little companies can produce the same thing with less risks for every one (but it cost more money).
danielcawrey
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danielcawrey,
User Rank: Light Sabre
8/17/2017 | 9:18:07 AM
Never great
It's never good news to hear of layoffs. 

We've been hearing a lot about this recently. But 25,000 people is a lot - hopefully there are other opportunities for these people. 


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