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  3. Georgian port strike ends

    A two-week strike by 1,200 port workers in Poti, Georgia, ended November 11. The dispute began November 1 over pay and working conditions and was reportedly settled when Economy Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and trade union leader Irakli Petriashvili restarted negotiations.

    Interpressnews quoted Kvirikashvili: “We achieved an agreement so workers will be compensated for the days on strike. Salaries will increase by 20 percent from December 1 instead of January 1”. Further details of the settlement are due to be finalised with the prime minister, said Kvirikashvili.

    Poti is a critical transit hub for goods being transported between Europe and Central Asia, as part of the Trans-Caucasian Corridor. Since April of last year, the port has been owned by global network terminal operator AMPT.

    http://wsws.org/articles/2012/nov2012/wkrs-n16.shtml

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