Reuters reports that a strike at Glencore’s La Jagua Colombian coal mine continued Tuesday, after a regional court declared the labor action is legal.
According to the market news:
“The strike to demand higher wages and better working conditions started on July 19 in Colombia, the world’s fourth-largest coal exporter, after 40 days of talks between the union and Glencore’s unit Prodeco failed to produce a deal.”
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