Skip to comments.DANISH WIND TURBINE COMPANY THAT RECEIVED OVER $50 MILLION IN STIMULUS LAYS OFF 800 WORKERS
Posted on 10/13/2012 11:03:50 AM PDT by Snuph
A Danish wind turbine company whose subsidiaries received over $50 million in U.S. stimulus dollars announced on Friday it has cut more than 800 jobs in the United States and Canada this year and may be forced to lay off another 800 employees in North America. This is yet another green energy company that received wasteful stimulus funds and does not even have anything to show for it. According to Reuters, Vestas, the wind turbine maker, saw its order intake go down by 24 percent during the first half of the year.
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There I fixed the headline...
Let me be the first
If Romney and Ryan make an issue out this... Then, it will be their fault.
We better alert Stephanie to this right away
Vesta was the leading and pioneers of the world’s wind turbine industry. IIRC from my Danish newspaper, I believe they were loosing the battle with China???
I think you have the same scenario with solar panels!!!
Yep. All that green the Democrats want is hundred dollar bills from US taxpayers going into Democrat pockets.
No modern country can compete with slave labor living in company dormotories in China.
The average western consumer/customer has no choice when he wants to buy items and all the “manufacturers” are simply importing goods from Chinese factories.
By the time the boardroom took it's 'fair share' and sent it to their offshore Cayman accounts and then donated a few million in payback to the DNC, a few hundred thousand in left-over chump-change doesn't keep too many employed too long.
I am wondering... Does Danish TAXPAYERS help BAIL OUT U.S. Companies??
If Not... WHY are we??
Did you read the article or ONLY the headlines???
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