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Li Ka-Shing’s Striking Port Workers Lose Jobs as Protest Widens

Some port workers at Li Ka-shing’s Hong Kong terminals were told they will lose their jobs, as a three-week strike over wage demands at the world’s third-biggest container port escalates.

Global Stevedoring Service Co., one of the contractors which employs the workers, said yesterday it’s unable to meet the wage demands or continue operations because three quarters of its staff are on strike.