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ELECTROLUX-OUTLOOK/
RTS2F4TJ
March 27, 2019
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone, Italy, March 27, 2019....
PORDENONE, Italy
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone, Italy, March 27, 2019. REUTERS/Giulio Piovaccari
ELECTROLUX-OUTLOOK/
RTS2F4T5
March 27, 2019
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone, Italy, March 27, 2019....
PORDENONE, Italy
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone, Italy, March 27, 2019. REUTERS/Giulio Piovaccari
ELECTROLUX-OUTLOOK/
RTS2F4T3
March 27, 2019
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone, Italy, March 27, 2019....
PORDENONE, Italy
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone
Interiors of Electrolux R&D facility are pictured at their plant in Pordenone, Italy, March 27, 2019. REUTERS/ Giulio Piovaccari
ELECTROLUX-RESULTS/
RTX2Q52X
October 24, 2016
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal...
Berlin, Germany
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD 24 OCT' FOR ALL IMAGES
ELECTROLUX-RESULTS/
RTSIFZH
July 18, 2016
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal...
Berlin, Germany
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH "BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD JULY 18" FOR ALL IMAGES
ELECTROLUX-RESULTS/
RTX2BMYR
April 26, 2016
A man walks past an Electrolux shop in Riga, Latvia November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo...
Riga, Latvia
A man walks past an Electrolux shop in Riga
A man walks past an Electrolux shop in Riga, Latvia November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo
ELECTROLUX-RESULTS/
RTX2BMYN
April 26, 2016
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal...
Berlin, Germany
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo
ELECTROLUX-RESULTS/
RTX2BGUL
April 25, 2016
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal...
Berlin, Germany
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD APRIL 25' FOR ALL IMAGES
ELECTROLUX-GENERAL ELECTRIC/
RTR45F34
September 08, 2014
A Sears customer shops near General Electric appliances in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's...
Schaumburg, UNITED STATES
A Sears customer shops near General Electric appliances in Schaumburg
A Sears customer shops near General Electric appliances in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's Electrolux AB said on Monday it would double U.S. sales by paying $3.3 billion in cash for General Electric Co's appliances business in its biggest ever deal, giving it the scale to go head-to-head with larger rival Whirlpool. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
ELECTROLUX-GENERAL ELECTRIC/
RTR45F33
September 08, 2014
A General Electric appliance in seen in a Sears store in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's...
Schaumburg, UNITED STATES
A General Electric appliance in seen in a Sears store in Schaumburg
A General Electric appliance in seen in a Sears store in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's Electrolux AB said on Monday it would double U.S. sales by paying $3.3 billion in cash for General Electric Co's appliances business in its biggest ever deal, giving it the scale to go head-to-head with larger rival Whirlpool. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
ELECTROLUX-GENERAL ELECTRIC/
RTR45F21
September 08, 2014
A Sears customer shops near General Electric appliances in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's...
Schaumburg, UNITED STATES
Sears customer shops near General Electric appliances in Schaumburg
A Sears customer shops near General Electric appliances in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's Electrolux AB said on Monday it would double U.S. sales by paying $3.3 billion in cash for General Electric Co's appliances business in its biggest ever deal, giving it the scale to go head-to-head with larger rival Whirlpool. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
ELECTROLUX-GENERAL-ELECTRIC/
RTR45F1U
September 08, 2014
A Sears employee walks past a display of General Electric appliances in Schaumburg, Illinois, September...
Schaumburg, UNITED STATES
Sears employee walks past a display of General Electric appliances in Schaumburg
A Sears employee walks past a display of General Electric appliances in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's Electrolux AB said on Monday it would double U.S. sales by paying $3.3 billion in cash for General Electric Co's appliances business in its biggest ever deal, giving it the scale to go head-to-head with larger rival Whirlpool. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
ELECTROLUX-GENERAL-ELECTRIC/
RTR45EYV
September 08, 2014
The General Electric logo is seen in a Sears store in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's...
Schaumburg, UNITED STATES
The General Electric logo is seen in a Sears store in Schaumburg
The General Electric logo is seen in a Sears store in Schaumburg, Illinois, September 8, 2014. Sweden's Electrolux AB said on Monday it would double U.S. sales by paying $3.3 billion in cash for General Electric Co's appliances business in its biggest ever deal, giving it the scale to go head-to-head with larger rival Whirlpool. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
ELECTRONICS-FAIR/
RTR44W5A
September 04, 2014
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal...
Berlin, Germany
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin
The Electrolux logo is seen during the IFA Electronics show in Berlin September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAL4
March 09, 2014
Electrolux factory workers participate in a union-led protest outside a factory in Porcia, northern Italy,...
PORCIA, Italy
Electrolux factory workers participate in a union-led protest outside a factory in Porcia, northern Italy...
Electrolux factory workers participate in a union-led protest outside a factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAKR
March 09, 2014
A worksheet is pictured in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led...
PORCIA, Italy
A worksheet is pictured in a tent at the entrance of the Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led...
A worksheet is pictured in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAKH
March 09, 2014
A drawing is seen in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led protest...
PORCIA, Italy
A freehand drawing is seen in a tent at the entrance of the Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led...
A drawing is seen in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. The words at the bottom of the drawing read, "I'm Near You. Anna C. 2B P.A. of Bagnarola." Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAK6
March 09, 2014
Workers sit in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as they join the union-led protest outside...
PORCIA, Italy
Workers sit in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as they join the union-led protest outside...
Workers sit in a tent at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as they join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAK0
March 09, 2014
A general of tents that were erected by workers at the entrance of an Electrolux factory is seen during...
PORCIA, Italy
A general of tents that were erected by workers at the entrance of an Electrolux factory is seen during...
A general of tents that were erected by workers at the entrance of an Electrolux factory is seen during a union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAIZ
March 09, 2014
Electrolux factory workers join the union-led protest outside a factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February...
PORCIA, Italy
Electrolux factory workers join the union-led protest outside a factory in Porcia, northern Italy
Electrolux factory workers join the union-led protest outside a factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAI3
March 09, 2014
A truck arrives at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led protest outside...
PORCIA, Italy
A truck arrives at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led protest outside...
A truck arrives at the entrance of an Electrolux factory as workers join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAHN
March 09, 2014
Electrolux factory workers join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy,...
PORCIA, Italy
Electrolux factory workers join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy
Electrolux factory workers join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. The sign reads, "Our Color." Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAH6
March 09, 2014
Annarita Licci (C), an Electrolux factory worker, talks with her colleagues as they join the union-led...
PORCIA, Italy
Annarita Licci, an Electrolux factory worker, talks with her colleagues as they join the union-led protest...
Annarita Licci (C), an Electrolux factory worker, talks with her colleagues as they join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAH0
March 09, 2014
Annarita Licci, an Electrolux factory worker, gestures as she joins the union-led protest outside the...
PORCIA, Italy
Annarita Licci, an Electrolux factory worker, gestures as she joins the union-led protest outside the...
Annarita Licci, an Electrolux factory worker, gestures as she joins the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAGR
March 09, 2014
Annarita Licci (L), an Electrolux factory worker, smokes a cigarette next to a colleague as they join...
PORCIA, Italy
Annarita Licci, an Electrolux factory worker, smokes a cigarette next to a colleague as they join the...
Annarita Licci (L), an Electrolux factory worker, smokes a cigarette next to a colleague as they join the union-led protest outside the factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. The sign reads, "Our Color." Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAGA
March 09, 2014
An employee stands outside an Electrolux factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance...
PORCIA, Italy
An employee stands outside an Electrolux factory in Porcia, northern Italy
An employee stands outside an Electrolux factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT LOGO)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAFT
March 09, 2014
Employees stand outside an Electrolux factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance...
PORCIA, Italy
Employees stand outside an Electrolux factory in Porcia, northern Italy
Employees stand outside an Electrolux factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY
RTR3GAFE
March 09, 2014
An Electrolux logo is seen at a factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance...
PORCIA, Italy
An Electrolux logo is seen at a factory in Porcia, northern Italy
An Electrolux logo is seen at a factory in Porcia, northern Italy, February 28, 2014. Home appliance maker Electrolux wants to cut the salaries of some 5,000 workers at the plant in Porcia and three other factories across Italy by up to 15 percent over the next three years. The Swedish company says lowering labour costs is the only way its washing machines, fridges and other home appliances can compete against rival products made in eastern Europe and Asia. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Insight EUROPE-DEFLATION/ITALY REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT LOGO)
ELECTROLUX/
RTX15BMP
November 13, 2013
A man walks past an Electrolux shop in Riga November 12, 2013. Electrolux, the world second biggest home...
Riga, Latvia
A man walks past an Electrolux shop in Riga
A man walks past an Electrolux shop in Riga November 12, 2013. Electrolux, the world second biggest home appliances maker, forecast a slight rise in demand next year as the drag of a moribund European market was offset by growth in other parts of the world. Picture taken November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
ELECTROLUX-EARNINGS/
RTR1MF50
February 15, 2007
Electrolux Chief Executive Hans Straberg speaks in Stockholm, Sweden, February 14, 2007. Number two global...
Stockholm, Sweden
Electrolux Chief Executive Straberg speaks in Stockholm
Electrolux Chief Executive Hans Straberg speaks in Stockholm, Sweden, February 14, 2007. Number two global home appliance maker Electrolux posted a surprise rise in fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday as European demand offset a U.S. slowdown, pushing its shares up by more than a fifth. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Maja Suslin/Scanpix (SWEDEN)
GERMANY
RTXOGTN
March 31, 2006
An IG Metall flag flutters next to an AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux during a warning strike...
Nuremberg, Germany
An IG Metall flag flutters next to an AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux during a warning st.....
An IG Metall flag flutters next to an AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux during a warning strike in Nuremberg March 31, 2006. Some 69,000 workers in 200 firms across the country's key engineering and metals sector joined the so-called warning strikes in support for a five percent wage hike, the union said yesterday.
GERMANY
RTR1C1PS
March 31, 2006
An IG Metall flag flutters next to an AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux during a warning strike...
Nuremberg, Germany
IG Metall flag flutters next to AEG logo of Swedish company Electrolux during strike in Nuremberg
An IG Metall flag flutters next to an AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux during a warning strike in Nuremberg March 31, 2006. Some 69,000 workers in 200 firms across the country's key engineering and metals sector joined the so-called warning strikes in support for a five percent wage hike, the union said yesterday. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR1C1PN
March 31, 2006
An employee of the Swedish company Electrolux (AEG) furls a flag after a warning strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employee of Swedish company Electrolux (AEG) furls a flag after strike in Nuremberg
An employee of the Swedish company Electrolux (AEG) furls a flag after a warning strike in Nuremberg March 31, 2006. Some 69,000 workers in 200 firms across the country's key engineering and metals sector joined the so-called warning strikes in support for a five percent wage hike, the union said yesterday. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR1C1PM
March 31, 2006
An employee of the Swedish company Electrolux (AEG) waves his flag during a warning strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employee of Swedish company Electrolux (AEG) waves flag during strike in Nuremberg
An employee of the Swedish company Electrolux (AEG) waves his flag during a warning strike in Nuremberg March 31, 2006. Some 69,000 workers in 200 firms across the country's key engineering and metals sector joined the so-called warning strikes in support for a five percent wage hike, the union said yesterday. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR16Y7Z
March 07, 2006
An AEG worker of Swedish company Electrolux sweeps the area in front of the AEG plant and a banner reading...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG worker sweeps area in front of AEG plant at end of strike in Nuremberg
An AEG worker of Swedish company Electrolux sweeps the area in front of the AEG plant and a banner reading "This plant is on strike" at the end of a strike in Nuremberg March 7, 2006. AEG employees accepted a social compensation plan from Electrolux to end the strike over the 2.3 billion crown ($289 million) shutdown of its plant in Nuremberg in 2007. The workers have been on strike for more than six weeks over Electrolux's plans to close the factory, cutting around 1,750 jobs, and move production to Poland and Italy. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR16Y7Y
March 07, 2006
An AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux is seen partially lit at the AEG plant at the end of a...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG logo of Swedish company Electrolux is partially lit at AEG plant in Nuremberg
An AEG logo of the Swedish company Electrolux is seen partially lit at the AEG plant at the end of a strike in Nuremberg March 7, 2006. AEG employees accepted a social compensation plan from Electrolux to end the strike over the 2.3 billion crown ($289 million) shutdown of its plant in Nuremberg in 2007. The workers have been on strike for more than six weeks over Electrolux's plans to close the factory, cutting around 1,750 jobs, and move production to Poland and Italy. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR16Y7X
March 07, 2006
AEG workers of Swedish company Electrolux clean the area in front of the entrance of the AEG plant at...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers clean area in front of AEG plant at end of strike in Nuremberg
AEG workers of Swedish company Electrolux clean the area in front of the entrance of the AEG plant at the end of a strike in Nuremberg March 7, 2006. The AEG employees accepted a social compensation plan from Electrolux to end the strike over the 2.3 billion crown ($289 million) shutdown of its plant in Nuremberg in 2007. The workers have been on strike for more than six weeks over Electrolux's plans to close the factory, cutting around 1,750 jobs, and move production to Poland and Italy. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR16Y7T
March 07, 2006
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux shouts out as he holds torches in front of...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG worker shouts out as he holds torches in front of the AEG plant at the end of a strike in Nuremberg...
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux shouts out as he holds torches in front of the AEG plant at the end of a strike in Nuremberg, Germany, March 7, 2006. The AEG employees accepted a social compensation plan of Electrolux to end the strike over the 2.3 billion crown ($289 million) shutdown of its plant in Nuremberg in 2007. The workers have been on strike for more than six weeks over Electrolux's plans to close the factory, cutting around 1,750 jobs, and move production to Poland and Italy. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTXO7AB
February 01, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nu.....
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs.
GERMANY
RTXO7AA
February 01, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nu.....
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs.
GERMANY
RTXO7A9
February 01, 2006
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremb.....
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs.
GERMANY
RTR15RAK
February 01, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard closed gate during strike in Nuremberg
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR15RAE
February 01, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard closed gate during strike in Nuremberg
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR15RA9
February 01, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard closed gate during strike in Nuremberg
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux guard the closed gate during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR15RA4
February 01, 2006
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG worker of Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during strike in Nuremberg
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg February 1, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
AEG
RTXO5R4
January 20, 2006
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremb.....
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs.
GERMANY
RTR18IB5
January 20, 2006
AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux stands in front of the main entrance with a placard...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG worker of Swedish electronic company Electrolux stands in front of main entrance during strike in...
AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux stands in front of the main entrance with a placard reading 'company is strikebound' during a strike in Nuremberg, Germany January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18IAG
January 20, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux protest during a strike in Nuremberg January...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of Swedish electronic company Electrolux protest during a strike in Nuremberg
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux protest during a strike in Nuremberg January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18IAB
January 20, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux protest during a strike in Nuremberg January...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux protest during a strike in Nuremberg
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux protest during a strike in Nuremberg January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. Workers at a Munich plant owned by German chipmaker Infineon have stopped production in solidarity with staff at white goods maker AEG. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18I9Z
January 20, 2006
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux are reflected on a car during the official start...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG workers of Swedish electronic company Electrolux are reflected on a car during an unlimited strike...
AEG workers of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux are reflected on a car during the official start of a strike for an unlimited period in Nuremberg January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. Workers at a Munich plant owned by German chipmaker Infineon have stopped production in solidarity with staff at white goods maker AEG. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18HY4
January 20, 2006
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
AEG worker of Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows whistle during strike in Nuremberg
An AEG worker of the Swedish electronic company Electrolux blows a whistle during a strike in Nuremberg January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR18HXQ
January 20, 2006
Munich's Infineon workers protest in solidarity at a strike with the AEG company, Swedish electronic...
Nuremberg, Germany
Munich's Infineon workers protest at strike in Nuremberg
Munich's Infineon workers protest in solidarity at a strike with the AEG company, Swedish electronic company Electrolux, in Nuremberg January 20, 2006. AEG's Swedish owner Electrolux wants to close the Nuremberg factory by the end of 2007, moving production to countries with lower labour costs. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
GERMANY
RTR1BDVY
December 20, 2005
Employees of AEG, the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux, protest with torches as they...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees of German brand AEG of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux protest with torches in front of...
Employees of AEG, the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux, protest with torches as they surround the AEG plant in Nuremberg December 20, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1BDVV
December 20, 2005
Employees of AEG, the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux, protest with torches as they...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees of German brand AEG of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux protest with torches in front of...
Employees of AEG, the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux, protest with torches as they surround the AEG plant in Nuremberg December 20, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1BDKL
December 20, 2005
Eleven year-old Teresa holds a placard which reads 'Work for Daddy!' during a protest by employees of...
Nuremberg, Germany
Girl holds placard during protest by employees of German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux...
Eleven year-old Teresa holds a placard which reads 'Work for Daddy!' during a protest by employees of AEG, the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux, in front of the AEG plant in Nuremberg December 20, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1AZV7
December 14, 2005
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant...
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant in Nuremberg, December 14, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, said it will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008, spokesman Anders Edholm told Reuters. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1AZV1
December 14, 2005
A traffic 'Stop' sign is pictured in front of the plant of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker...
Nuremberg, Germany
A traffic 'Stop' sign is pictured in front of the plant of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker...
A traffic 'Stop' sign is pictured in front of the plant of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG in Nuremberg, December 14, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, said it will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008, spokesman Anders Edholm told Reuters. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1AZUS
December 14, 2005
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant...
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant in Nuremberg, December 14, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, said it will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008, spokesman Anders Edholm told Reuters. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1AZHF
December 14, 2005
An employee of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG blows a whistle in protest...
Nuremberg, Germany
An employee of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG blows a whistle in protest...
An employee of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG blows a whistle in protest in front of the AEG plant in Nuremberg, December 14, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, said it will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008, spokesman Anders Edholm told Reuters. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTR1AZH1
December 14, 2005
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest next to a banner reading...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest in front of the AEG plant...
Employees of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG protest next to a banner reading 'From 2007, closed due to the acquisitiveness of Electrolux' in front of the AEG plant in Nuremberg, December 14, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, said it will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008, spokesman Anders Edholm told Reuters. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
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