Cyprus - Limassol port stackers vote on Dubai Ports’ proposal - April 30, 2017

Dubai Ports, which is in charge of the general cargo business at the Limassol port, submitted a new proposal in an attempt to resolve the labour dispute with the stacker members of the trade unions SEK and PEO. The port cargo staff will vote on whether they will accept the company’s improved proposal made during a meeting at the Ministry of Transport.

English: http://cyprusbusinessmail.com/?p=43161

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