Tote Mäuse in der Backstube?

Geschlossen: Seit dem 11. August ruht bei Gustmann der Verkauf.

Die Bäckerei Gustmann ist nur vier Monate nach dem Inhaberwechsel pleite. Der Insolvenzverwalter erhebt Vorwürfe gegen den Vorbesitzer.

An der Tür der Bäckerei Gustmann an der Kieler Straße klebt ein handgeschriebener Zettel. “Bis auf weiteres geschlossen”, heißt es darauf seit dem 11. August. Zwei Tage später meldete die Inhaberin Insolvenz an. Auch die sieben Verkaufsstellen im Stadtgebiet und in Husberg sind dicht. Zwölf Beschäftigte und zwei Auszubildende haben ihren Job verloren.

An der Schaufensterscheibe der Backstube sucht der Hauseigentümer Volker Gustmann per Aushang einen Mieter für die Bäckerei, das Café und den Laden. “Wir waren alle sehr überrascht, dass meine Nachfolger innerhalb von viereinhalb Monaten Knall auf Fall dicht gemacht haben”, sagt Gustmann, der sein Geschäft seit dem 1. April verpachtet hat.

Weniger überrascht vom Schiffbruch der neuen Inhaberin zeigt sich der vom Amtsgericht als Gutachter bestellte Insolvenzverwalter Helmut Gattermann: “Wie es aussieht, hat Gustmann einen maroden Betrieb überlassen, der in die Insolvenz schlittern musste.” Gattermann schließt nicht aus, dass sich Gustmann gegenüber seiner Pächterin in “hohem Maße schadensersatzpflichtig” gemacht habe: “Schon zehn Tage nach Geschäftseröffnung kam die Lebensmittelaufsicht, stellte fest, dass der Betrieb mit Insekten verseucht sei, und veranlasste die sofortige Schließung. Es scheint so, dass Gustmann davon gewusst und darauf im Pachtvertrag nicht hingewiesen hat.”

Das lässt Gustmann nicht auf sich sitzen: “Bei mir war immer alles in Ordnung.” Seine Nachfolgerin habe “nicht richtig sauber gemacht, dann lagen da tote Mäuse, und die Lebensmittelüberwachung hat den Laden dicht gemacht”. Gustmann: “Das war einen Monat nach Geschäftsübergabe, das ist nicht mein Bier.”

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• BANGKOK hosts the next round of UN-sponsored global climate-change negotiations beginning on Monday March 31st. Over 1,000 participants, including politicians, scientists, NGOs and businessmen from more than 190 countries will attend the event in Thailand’s capital. The aim of the meeting is to thrash out concrete measures that will fulfil an agreement on international action over climate change reached in Bali, Indonesia, in December.

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• NATO leaders gather in Bucharest, Romania’s capital, for a three-day summit starting on Wednesday April 2nd. Despite Russia’s rage about NATO enlargement and American missile defences in Europe, President Vladimir Putin has been invited and he may sign an agreement opening up air and land routes through Russia to supply NATO’s embattled forces in Afghanistan. Albania and Croatia seem certain to be invited to join NATO—Macedonia too if Greek objections are overcome. America wants to promise future membership to Ukraine and Georgia. But Russia regards NATO’s expansion as an affront so Mr Putin will be an awkward guest to keep happy.

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• PRESIDENT George Bush is set to make a rapidly arranged visit to Russia after the NATO summit. Mr Bush is hoping that, by making the trip, he will get the chance to reassure his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, over NATO expansion, American support for Kosovo’s independence and even thrash out an accord over American plans for a missile-defence shield based in Eastern Europe. It could be the final meeting between the two as Mr Putin steps down in favour of his protégé, Dmitry Medvedev, on May 7th.

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• FIGURES released on Monday March 31st will probably show that inflation in the euro area picked up further in March. February’s rate, at 3.3%, was the highest since the euro’s launch in 1999. Economy-watchers are braced for fresh bad news from America’s jobs market on Friday April 4th. Employers cut 63,000 workers from their payrolls in February and further job cuts are likely to be reported for March.

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