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Foster and McGuinness comment on Bombardier job losses

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First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness have commented on the announcement of job losses at Bombardier.

The Ministers said: “The news that staff at Bombardier have received today is a devastating development for many of the workers, their families and the wider manufacturing industry in Northern Ireland. While the company has made it clear their decision is as a result of inescapable global economic factors, the impact is very real for those affected, and for the wider economy.

“Bombardier has made it clear their decision aims to protect the long-term future of the business. The Executive will make every effort to mitigate the impact of the job losses and we will work closely with Invest NI and with the Enterprise and Employment and Learning Ministers to ensure all possible avenues are explored.”

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