114 workers at a Carambar candy factory in Marcq-en-Barœul went on strike after a negotiation attempt between management and unions to stop the outsourcing of jobs failed. Workers stated that they will continue to work at the factory, but refuse to produce enough to meet the quota, in order to pummel the stock worth of Carambar.
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