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Singapore's Keppel yard has fired 18,000 people over two years

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Divestments and redundancies have once again struck Singapore's major Keppel yard in the first quarter of 2017. Over the last two years, the yard has halved its global workforce, reads the report.


BY TOMAS KRISTIANSEN
Published 21.04.17 at 11:13

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