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    Please check the sentences below:

    • Contrary to "Tornado" which keeps silent on this matter, these companies have openly announced they have acquired this equipment.

    • The above decision was adopted under pressure by the NPC, but what is more worrying – with the unions' backing.

    • Although the unions hurried to express regret over the exclusive mention of "Tornado" in that decision, the bottom line was that the unions supported the decision.

    • The unions' move could signal that "Tornado" can no longer be sure that the unions will completely support its policy and its refusal either to join the agreement or to put its facilities under the NPC monitoring.
    Last edited by motico; 15-Sep-2010 at 21:40.

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    Re: "Tornado"

    Looks OK to me.

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