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Southern Copper Workers Ends Strike in Peru
Apr 20,2017 11:43CST
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Southern Copper Corporation’s workers ended the strike at Peru-based mine on Wednesday which lasted for 10 days, wenhua.com reported.

SHANGHAI, Apr. 20 (SMM) - Southern Copper Corporation’s workers ended the strike at Peru-based mine on Wednesday which lasted for 10 days, wenhua.com reported.

The company said its output was not significantly affected by the strike.

Labor Union Secretary-General Campos said the company and workers will participate in an negotiation with Labor Ministry on Thursday.

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