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German restaurant chain fires most of its employees due to pandemic crisis

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Bremen (Germany), Jan 19 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Focke Strangmann).- German restaurant chain Maredo has fired almost all its employees after declaring itself insolvent as a result of the economic effects of the pandemic. FOOTAGE OF MAREDO RESTAURANT IN BREMEN.

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