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Call to safeguard Llanelli car jobs
Llanelli based Plaid AM Helen Mary Jones has called on the new Labour Minister for Enterprise, Innovation and Networks to safeguard local jobs in the automotive industry following the announcement that the Peugeot factory in Warwickshire is to close. The Llanelli based AM has written to the Minister demanding that he make an immediate assessment of the impact of the Peugeot announcement. Helen Mary Jones commented:

"I have called on the Minister to make an immediate assessment of the impact of the Peugeot announcement. Towns, such as Llanelli, are very dependent on the automotive industry as we saw from the impact of the closure of Rover last year. "It is vital that the New Labour Assembly Government takes all necessary steps to ensure that if there is an impact from this latest closure, it is ready to respond and to safeguard the interests of the workers in the Welsh automotive sector."

 

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