World’s top copper producer faces major strike threat and lower demand

By Cecilia Jamasmie

The umbrella union for workers at Chilean state copper giant Codelco called its members Monday (in Spanish) to vote in favour of a stoppage at all units of the world’s largest copper producer.

Following an extraordinary assembly on Friday, the group said it would hold separate assemblies with each production …read more

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