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EDAEEisenhuttenstadt (airport code; Germany)
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As a result, ArcelorMittal will: Reduce primary steelmaking production at its facilities in Dunkirk, France and Eisenhuttenstadt, Germany; Reduce primary steelmaking production at its facility in Bremen, Germany in the fourth quarter of this year, where a planned blast furnace stoppage for repair works will be extended; Extend the stoppage planned in the fourth quarter of this year to repair a blast furnace at its plant in Asturias, Spain.
ArcelorMittal plans to expand steel production cuts in Europe to its plants in Dunkirk, France and Eisenhuttenstadt, Germany, over the fourth quarter, said a report.
Nevertheless, there is, at least in some of the cases, the evidence of a direct connection between the ethnical violence, namely harassment by local police officers and migration (Manuc, 2012: 35-37), evidence, as accounts of Roma families from Romania living in Eisenhuttenstadt, Germany, documented for UNHCR.
--the new industrial regions, localized close to the Soviet border, or in the Eastern parts of the former communist states, with a little developed industry at that time: the Ekostahl steel complex from Eisenhuttenstadt was sat on the left-hand side of the Oder River, as a symbol of the new relations between the DDR and Poland; Kosice, near the Slovakia/USSR frontier; or Galati, a city port on the Lower Danube assigned defense tasks, and imports of raw materials from the Soviet Union.
After the annulment of its 2008 decision to authorise a regional investment aid granted by Germany to Propapier for the construction of a paper mill in Eisenhuttenstadt (Brandenburg, Germany), the European Commission opened, on 15 May, an investigation to reassess the measure in light of the guidance provided by the judgement of the EU General Court (Case T-304/08).
Another, less well-known, example is the East German city Eisenhuttenstadt, close to the German-Polish border, originally named 'Stalin-city'.
Several r actions and events preceded the exhibition itself, or are happening elsewhere, like an artist residency in the shrinking East German city Eisenhuttenstadt on the Polish border.
Germany has been cleared to grant an aid package of 30.18 million to ArcelorMittal Eisenhuttenstadt GmbH's top gas recycling' (TGR) project.