JICT resumes operations, yet silent end sparks woes
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM A walkout by 80 percent of the workforce of PT Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), which runs the country’s biggest container terminal, has abruptly ended with no clear agreement, raising fears that the core problem remains unsettled. Despite an initially planned full week of strike action at the joint venture between state port operator Pelindo II and Hong Kong-based Hutch...
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