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Re: Efficiency gains

Posted by Henry on June 14, 2003

In Reply to: Efficiency gains posted by Celia on June 14, 2003

: Hi,

: Could anyone help me with the bracketed sentences?

: Such voices -including those in the labour movement, trade unions, feminists, anti-racists, environmentalists, anti-poverty activists and other groups committed to progressive social change-are routinely characterized as representing a threat to the interests of market senitive news organizations. Thus the implications of reducing news to just a commodity form like any other are profound, (particularly when these types of critical voices are struggling just to be heard within the confines of ideological parameters conditioned by the drive for 'efficiency gains. )

: Thanks a lot.

Efficiency gains - working with lower costs to make more profit. The usual way is to employ fewer staff by making staff redundant.