Rally in 2010 by workers of the former Niksic Steelworks, which at its height employed some 7,000 workers. Less than 1,000 workers are left working in the former enterprise’s steel mill, foundry, cold press, and other production units. The enterprise’s various components were ‘segmented’ in the 1990s and sold-off to various foreign investors in the 2000s. The end result was widespread asset stripping and the eventual bankruptcy of most of these firms. Many of the foreign and domestic investors are accused by workers of simply buying the firms to launder money.