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Gabon oil workers' union ends strike at Total facilities

Gabon's oil workers union ONEP on Friday has finally ended a strike at Total facilities across the country after 11 days, it said in a statement.


Gabon oil workers' union ends strike at Total facilities
The 15-day strike was meant to last until next Tuesday over demands for higher pay and career advancement opportunities. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Gabon's oil workers union ONEP on Friday has finally ended a strike at Total facilities across the country after 11 days, it said in a statement.

The 15-day strike was meant to last until next Tuesday over demands for higher pay and career advancement opportunities. It was not clear if Total made any concessions, although ONEP said it might resume the strike if the company did not meet its demands.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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