Labor conflict simmering at the Panama Canal

The union representing workers at the Panama Canal expansion is now ramping up its campaign aimed at the authorities.

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The ITF (International Transport Workers' Union) has strengthened its campaign, aimed at the authorities, calling for higher salaries and improved working conditions for the 9,000 employees represented by the union.

This is evident from a statement issued by the ITF, calling for employers to recognize five points:

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