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    1. years the number of unemployed people in Europe has risen.

    2. Twenty years , this problem didn't exist.

    3. France has lost industrial jobs twenty years now.

    4. But in the U.S. the economy has picked up the early 90's

    5. Already in the mid 80's the situation had improved a few months.

    6. In the firm they have worked in shifts the first quarter.

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