Sudbury negotiations take short holiday break
Dec 29, 2006 | 01:17 PM
| Sean Barry
Contract negotiations between Xstrata Plc and union leaders representing workers at the group's nickel mining and processing operations in Sudbury, Ontario, were set to resume quickly following a short New Years holiday break.
Talks between the two sides have so far focused on language, but should get to wages and benefits soon, a union official said Friday.....
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