Chemical giant Linde comes to Dublin after €60bn merger
IG Metall, the giant German workers union, held a protest in Munich last week against the planned merger of the two companies
Dublin has been chosen as the headquarters of the huge chemical company Linde as part of its €60 billion merger with Praxair, according to the union representing most of its European workers.
IG Metall, the giant German workers union, held a protest in Munich last week against the planned merger of the two companies.
The union fears that thousands of jobs will be axed if the deal gets the go ahead.
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