Freeport workers finally end turbulent 3-month strike
The Jakarta Post
PT Freeport Indonesia workers have finally agreed to end their strike after the copper and gold mining giant decided to increase their wages by up to 40 percent.
According to Freeport spokesman Ramdani Sirait, the company has agreed to increase workers’ base wages by 24 percent in the first year and 13 percent in the second year of their employment contracts. This would be equal to a 40 ...
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