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They see the levies paid by them, as taxpayers, to shore up private rail and exporting companies and to footloose corporations which rarely think of repaying subsidies when they disemploy hundreds or thousands and move abroad where labour is cheaper.
According to some of the book's contributors, there also remains an ideological legacy from the Soviet past which makes for some reluctance to disemploy workers; the enterprise is often still referred to as the "labor collective.
They maintained that they should do real, paid work which did not disemploy regular city workers.