Lonmin’s Record Pay Increase After Strike Seen Setting PrecedentCarli Cooke
Lonmin Plc’s record pay increase for employees to end an illegal strike at its biggest mine in South Africa sets a dangerous precedent for rivals and for other industries because the platinum producer met demands backed up by violence, labor analyst Loane Sharp said.
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