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From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Kuwaiti airline staff return to after securing 30% pay boost
Tuesday 25 October 2011
State-owned Kuwait Airways Corporation employees returned to work today after a minister agreed to boost their pay by 30 per cent.
Members of the 4,000-strong KAC Workers Union (KWU) kicked off open-ended strike action on Monday in the face of the government’s failure to deliver a 30 per cent boost which it had promised to all public-sector staff.
The walkout forced managers to cancel or delay about half of KAC flights.
Acting Minister of Communications Saleh al-Athaina announced today that he had reached an agreement with the KWU union to increase the workers’ pay by 30 per cent within one month.
Services reportedly returned to normal.
Kuwait has been hit with a wave of industrial unrest in recent weeks.
A strike by 3,000 customs workers this month threatened to disrupt oil supplies in the Opec member state.
The workers returned to their posts after officials pledged to boost their pay.
Thousands of Egyptian police continued a national strike for a second consecutive day today to demand improved pay and a purge of former regime officials from senior security posts: here.