Croatia - Strike threat over after loan issue at shipyard is cleared - January 31, 2018

Workers at the Uljanik shipyard had announced they would go on strike because of unpaid salaries. With the loan issue cleared, after the European Commission agreed with rescue aid for the shipbuilder in the form of the grant of a state guarantee, they were expected to call off the strike, but when the union leaders met they voted to put a 48-hour hold on the strike. The day after the atmosphere in the dock went back to normal, as the management promised to pay the unpaid December salary and Christmas bonuses.   

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