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PotashCorp Mines Workers on Strike
1:57 PM MDT | August 18, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
PotashCorp unionized employees at three mines in Saskatchewan, Canada remained on strike at CW presstime, after four days of mediation failed to resolve key contract issues. The labor dispute concerns the company’s objection to the union’s profit-sharing demands, PotashCorp says. The mines affected are the company’s Allan Division, Cory Division, and Patience Lake Division potash operations. The 487 striking employees are responsible for underground mining operations as well as milling and shipping activities on the surface, PotashCorp says. The...
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