Employees of Company with German Majority Ownership Go on Strike

Semič, 19 August - The employees of Iskra Kondenzatorji, an important world producer of components for radio-interference suppression and power capacitors, have gone on strike on Tuesday, demanding prompt payment of wages and a holiday allowance. The workers put the blame for the company's poor liquidity situation on the German majority owner and the supervisory board chairman Reiner Gude.

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