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Community concerns over Glynneath's Unity Mine's future

Miners at Wales' largest pit have met with union officials after its owners said they were filing for administration.

Owners of Unity Mine, near Glynneath, which employs 220 people, say the falling price of coal means they have to make cutbacks.

Meanwhile, local businesses are worried about the impact job losses could have on the wider community.

BBC Wales Today's Cemlyn Davies reports.

  • 14 Oct 2013
  • From the section Wales
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