South32 Nickel Union Says Offer May Help Avert Colombia StrikeBy
Proposal of 7% wage hike is closer to Colombian union demands
Two sides to meet Monday before strike deadline on Tuesday
The main union at South32 Ltd.’s Cerro Matoso mine in Colombia, the world’s second-biggest source of ferro-nickel production, said there’s a greater chance of reaching a three-year wage agreement and avoiding a strike after management sweetened its offer.
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