Mon, Jun 30, 2003
Economic Ripple Felt Throughout Southeast
For a thousand Gulfstream
workers in Savannah (GA), it's an unwanted month off without pay.
For many area companies which depend on the aerospace giant for as
much as 30 percent of their business, it's an economic tragedy.
Beginning today, those 1000 workers will be idle for
about 30 days.
Gulfstream may be down,
but it's not out of the jet-making business, according to a company
spokesman. The company, struggling with a sluggish aviation
economy, will continue to manufacture aircraft.
It will, however, "pause" some manufacturing operations. As for
those temporarily furloughed, even though they won't be getting
paychecks, the company promises to continue paying their
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