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(LtoR) French CFDT union representatives of the Steel giant group ArcelorMittal's plant in Florange, Edouard Martin and Jacques Minet, the CEO of ArcelorMittal Atlantique(western France) and Lorraine (eatern France)Henri-Pierre Orsoni, and Chief Technology Officer for Flat Carbon Europe Carl de Mare, participate in a monitoring committee with sub-prefect of Moselle, in charge of the implementation of an agreement with ArcelorMittal, on April 22, 2013 in Metz. ArcelorMittal pledged last week to suspend closures and job cuts in Europe pending the launch of a pan-Europe plan in June to save the struggling steel industry. The steel group's recent decisions to shutter plants in Belgium, Luxembourg and France triggered violent protests. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN (Photo credit should read JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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(LtoR) French CFDT union representatives of the Steel giant group ArcelorMittal's plant in Florange, Edouard Martin and Jacques Minet, the CEO of ArcelorMittal Atlantique(western France) and Lorraine (eatern France)Henri-Pierre Orsoni, and Chief Technology Officer for Flat Carbon Europe Carl de Mare, participate in a monitoring committee with sub-prefect of Moselle, in charge of the implementation of an agreement with ArcelorMittal, on April 22, 2013 in Metz. ArcelorMittal pledged last week to suspend closures and job cuts in Europe pending the launch of a pan-Europe plan in June to save the struggling steel industry. The steel group's recent decisions to shutter plants in Belgium, Luxembourg and France triggered violent protests. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN (Photo credit should read JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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April 22, 2013
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