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Chile’s Codelco reaches agreement with workers to end strike

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SANTIAGO -- Chile's state-owned Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, reached an agreement with workers on Thursday to end a nationwide strike over the closure of a troubled smelter in a highly polluted region of central Chile. Read More
Chile’s Codelco reaches agreement with workers to end strike
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Chile’s Codelco reaches agreement with workers to end strike

SANTIAGO -- Chile's state-owned Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, reached an agreement with workers on Thursday to end a nationwide strike over the closure of a troubled smelter in a highly polluted region of central Chile. Read More

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After First Negotiation: Codelco Workers Reach Agreement and Lift Strike

The workers were mobilized after the announcement of the closure of the Ventanas foundry

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La Tercera

End the strike in Codelco: FTC and state reach agreement after mobilizations in rejection of the closure of Ventanas - La Tercera

The end of the mobilization came after agreeing on a working table in which the leaders of the division and the state will participate, together with the support of the Federation of Copper Workers (FTC). The instance will address the future of the Ventanas division, mainly its refinery, and the closure of the smelter.

9 days ago·Chile
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