SHANGHAI, May. 8 (SMM) – One spokesman of labor union of Freeport’s Cerro Verde copper mine said last Friday they will consider another strike if the employer is determined to punish the workers who participated in the latest strike, wenhua.com reported.
If the company withholds salary and suspends these workers from their duties, they will consider another indefinite strike, said the labor union’s vice-chairman Zenon Mujica.
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