BIRN


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AcronymDefinition
BIRNBerklee Internet Radio Network (Berklee College of Music; Boston, MA)
BIRNBalkan Investigative Reporting Network (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
BIRNBiomedical Informatics Research Network
BIRNBelgian Information Reitox Network
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The Vald Birn foundry closed in April last year and has been out of use since then, with the loss of 157 jobs.
Mr Green said: "To give Vald Birn their due, they have pumped millions into keeping the Cambois operation afloat over the last four or five years.
Former Vald Birn quality control inspector Mark Watson, of Ashington, said yesterday: "It's obviously a massive problem.
Workers at the 157-job Vald Birn UK plant in Cambois, Northumberland, completed their final shift after soaring energy costs and cheap foreign competition forced its closure.
Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki contradicted the reports that he had accepted to talk about identity issues, in view of the proposal that BIRN has recently revealed.
Former MP Ismet Ramadani, current president of the Euro-Atlantic Council of Macedonia, told BIRN that the Albanian ruling party BDI could have scored politically if someone from the party participated in the protests.
Austrian police told BIRN that the lawyer had been interrogated but did not reveal more details.
Some migrants interviewed by BIRN seemed to confirm this, saying they worked in the grey economy to avoid taxes.
The multi-million-pound development - which also includes new shopping and medical facilities - is focused on 35 acres of land, including the former Vald Birn iron foundry which closed in 2006 with the loss of 157 jobs.
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The demise of Vald Birn at Cambois, Blyth - one of the most efficient automated foundries in Britain - had to close because of the exorbitant costs for electricity, which its parent plants in Denmark did not have to suffer.
Examples include Cosworth, West Yorkshire operations owned by Norsk Hydro, Bruhl, Grede, Vald Birn and QDF Components.