March 28 (Bloomberg) -- Estonia’s doctors and nurses have started to prepare for a strike after employers rejected their wage demands, Postimees reported, citing union officials.
Doctors’ unions in the capital, Tallinn, and the second-largest city, Tartu, have given their agreement to participate in industrial action, the newspaper said. The timing and extent of the strike has yet to be decided, it added.
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