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Codelco Came to an Agreement with Workers to End the Strike
Jun 24, 2022 11:00CST
Source:SMM
The world's largest copper producer Codelco reached an agreement with workers on June 23 to end a nationwide strike

SHANGHAI, Jun 24 (SMM) - 

The world's largest copper producer Codelco, which is a state-owned of Chile, reached an agreement with workers on June 23 to end a nationwide strike triggered by the closure of a troubled smelter in a heavily polluted region of central Chile.

The Federation of Copper Workers (FTC) started a strike in the early hours of June 22 and claimed all sectors had stopped production, while the government insisted the impact was minimal after preparing for the announced strike.

“As a committee, we decided to notify the union president to call off the strike," said Federal Trade Commission Chairman Amador Pantoya.

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