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Labor dispute affecting 2 petrochemical clusters in Argentina resolved

3:47 AM MDT | June 19, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

A labor strike affecting two Argentine petrochemical clusters—one comprising Gualeguaychú and Larroque and the other Zárate, Campana, Baradero—came to an end last night, according to a statement from Argentina's labor ministry. The mandatory conciliation imposed by the ministry put an end to a 7-day strike, which had spread to over 30 petrochemical companies operating in those clusters. The action began on 31 May as a result of a dispute between Petrobras (Rio de Janeiro) and its workers at Zárate. The Argentinean...

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