Chile copper workers strike, threaten another stoppage
Apr 09, 2013 | 02:46 PM
| Andrea Hotter
SANTIAGO, Chile Unions representing about 25,000 workers in Chiles major copper mines called a 24-hour strike April 9, and threatened a further stoppage depending on the governments response.
"It is 100-percent confirmed. Workers from state and private mining companies will take part. Well see the response (of the government and private sector). If nothing changes, we may set another stoppage," Juan Olguín, mediation and organization secretary of the Chilean Copper Workers Federation, said.....
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