Vecinos de Moaña defienden en la calle la conservación de los astilleros tradicionales

 

Están afectados por el trazado del paseo marítimo »Pretenden la musealización de los viejos inmuebles sitos en A Seara

juan calvomoaña 09.06.2014 | 00:37

Concentración de vecinos en el astillero de Casqueiro.// Santos Álvarez
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Vecinos de Moaña tratan de salvar de la pala las dos carpinterías de ribeira afectadas por la construcción del paseo marítimo que pretende realizar el Concello con la financiación de la Consellería Medio Ambiente y Portos. Ayer se reunieron en el astillero de Casqueiro un nutrido grupo de personas que al son de las gaitas reivindicaban la conservación de estas viejas construcciones tradicionales con el fin de dar el siguiente paso que es el de la musealización.

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Navy vessels to be built offshore, with Australian shipbuilders not able to bid

 

Unions condemn government decision as an ‘insidious move that undercuts the works of Australian shipbuilders’

 

 
 
Australian shipbuilders have been barred from the tender process to replace replenishment vessel HMAS Success. Photograph: Department of Defence/AAP

New navy refuelling ships will be built offshore, with the Abbott government giving first preference to Spain and South Korea.

Defence minister David Johnston has announced the tender process for the urgently needed replacements of replenishment vessels HMAS Success and HMAS Sirius – but Australian shipbuilders won't be able to bid.

Instead, the battle will be between Spain's Navantia and South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering.

Johnston says the low productivity of domestic shipbuilders

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Unanimidad del Pleno municipal para pedir la revisión del veto comunitario a la construcción civil en astilleros

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El Pleno del Ayuntamiento de Cádiz ha aprobado por unanimidad una propuesta de "apoyo" a la estrategia del Gobierno de "revisar el veto comunitario que sufren los astilleros gaditanos" por el cual Navantia se dedica principalmente a la construcción de barcos militares, pudiendo sólo dedicar un 20 por ciento de su facturación al mercado civil y que estará vigente hasta el 2015.

 

26-05-2014 - 18:04

CÁDIZ, 26 (EUROPA PRESS)


El Pleno del Ayuntamiento de Cádiz ha aprobado por unanimidad una propuesta de "apoyo" a la estrategia del Gobierno de "revisar el veto comunitario que sufren los astilleros gaditanos" por el cual Navantia se dedica principalmente a la construcción de barcos militares, pudiendo sólo dedicar un 20 por ciento de su facturación al mercado civil

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