Greek Casino Freezes Operations as Workers Strike, Skai Reports

Parnitha Casino suspended operations on May 25 after 1,150 workers went on strike, Skai TV reported on its website, without saying how it got the information.

Employees of the casino, which is partly owned by the state and partly by Greece’s biggest builder Ellaktor SA (ELLAKTOR), went on strike in order to secure a collective labor agreement to replace the current one expiring on June 6, the Athens-based broadcaster said.

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