July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Brazilian bank workers will request a salary increase of 10.25 percent from the country’s banking federation, known as Febraban, on Aug. 1, according to Cecilia Negrao, a spokeswoman for Brazil’s bank workers’ union.
This is equivalent to a real salary increase of 5 percent, the union said in an e-mailed statement.
The workers will also ask for better working conditions, according to the statement.
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