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Chemical workers in Germany win 3.7% pay increase
February 6, 2014 | Michael Ravenscroft
The 550,000 workers in the German chemical industry have won a pay increase of 3.7%, following several rounds of pay tariff negotiations between the chemical employers association BAVC (Wiesbaden) and the trade union IG BCE (Hanover), representing workers in the mining, chemical, and energy sectors. Apprentices being trained in the chemical industry will also receive a pay increase of 3.7%. The deal will run for 14 months. IG BCE had originally demanded a pay increase of 5.5%. BAVC and IG BCE had agreed to a pay tariff increase of 4.5% during the...
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