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Economists are concerned that more strikes are afoot

Some unions’ high initial demands may well be part of their negotiating tactics as rising food costs are hitting lower-paid workers especially hard

17 July 2022 - 00:04

As wage negotiations gather momentum, economists are warning of increasingly unstable labour relations and more strikes as workers demand higher pay to cope with the soaring cost of living...

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