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Spanish port strikes provisionally called off

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Spanish port strikes, set to be launched today, have been temporarily called off, as Spanish port workers "seek to show goodwill" and attempt new negotiations with the Spanish ministry of labor, report media.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 06.03.17 at 09:17

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