Crunch time for Polestar plants


By Jo Francis, 05 May 2016

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Polestar employees fear some factories ‘could shut down tomorrow’ if a buyer or buyers cannot be found for the businesses, as more redundancies are made at the group and a major publisher shifts titles to the continent.

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