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Chile: two strikes avoided, one continues

Escondida, the largest copper mine in Chile, has avoided a strike with the union representing supervisors after concluding a new collective bargaining agreement.

Chile: two strikes avoided, one continues Chile: two strikes avoided, one continues Chile: two strikes avoided, one continues Chile: two strikes avoided, one continues Chile: two strikes avoided, one continues

Escondida in Chile

Each of the 700 supervisors will receive a benefits package worth about 15 million pesos (US$19,000), reported local media. Some 58% of union members voted to accept the deal while 41% rejected it.

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