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Public anger over economic crisis


Anger and frustration is growing over the issues surrounding the global economic crisis.

Employers from a pharmaceutical company in France are holding their employer 'hostage' in an effort to get a better deal.

In Britain, the Edinburgh home of former Royal Bank of Scotland boss Sir Fred Goodwin has been attacked by vandals.

In the US, the AIG pension row has sparked protests.

Rachel Harvey reports.

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