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Spanish Dockerworkers Reach Accord with Business Association – Union

MADRID, June 29 (Reuters) – Spanish dock workers unions have reached an accord with business associations on labour conditions and called off planned strikes after the government passed a sector reform, the unions and business association said on Thursday. Port strikes in the Mediterranean’s largest commercial docks had forced contained shipping firms such as Maersk […] The post Spanish Dockerworkers Reach Accord with Business Association – Union appeared first on gCaptain.
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