Nov 12, 2018
Michelin action group to meet for first time
An action group tasked with saving the jobs of Michelin workers in Dundee is due to meet for the first time. Scotland's Economy Secretary Derek Mackay told the BBC he thought Michelin could still have a future in Dundee. Mr Mackay said that when he met Michelin executives they did not want to revisit the decision of closing production in Dundee, however he said they were still "Interested in what was going on in Scotland". The action group will be led by Scottish Enterprise chief executive Steve Dunlop and Dundee City Council leader John Alexander. Mr Mackay said Michelin executives have said they will meet him again in about three weeks time, when he will present them with any proposition that the action group has developed.
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