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Job cuts in companies are economically logical

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Job cuts in companies are economically logical

Miele is not only cutting jobs, but is also relocating part of its production to Poland. This is also an opportunity to save personnel costs.
I think it’s about something else too. When a figurehead like Miele leaves Germany as a business location, at least in part, then that is also a clear swipe at the government. The extremely high energy costs as well as the bureaucracy are restricting companies. In the past, for example, Miele had complained about how difficult it is to put a photovoltaic system into operation in Germany.

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