Greece - Dock workers fear job cuts - February 29, 2016

Dock workers organised a two-day strike to protest against the sale of the country's two biggest ports, which Athens has promised to international lenders, disrupting operations at cargo terminals. The sale is strongly opposed by port workers who fear job cuts and higher export cost for Greek products. About 500 dock workers gathered outside the entrance of Piraeus port's sole cargo pier in Athens to protest against the plan.

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