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Huelga Obrera

2018/05/04 14:06:03
  • Juan Carlos Varela
  • Varela pide a sindicato y patronal mayor flexibilidad para superar huelga

    Editor

    El presidente panameño, Juan Carlos Varela, pidió hoy al principal sindicato de la construcción y a la patronal mayor flexibilidad para superar la huelga, que ya cumple 15 días y deja pérdidas millonarias, y les sugirió replantear las negociaciones a partir de un alza salarial del 14 por ciento en cuatro años

2018/05/04 14:03:55
  • Juan Carlos Varela
  • Varela urges union and employers greater flexibility to overcome strike

    Editor

    Panamanian president Juan Carlos Varela today urged the main union of the construction and employers greater flexibility to overcome the strike, which is now 15 days and leaves millions of losses, and suggested to rethink the negotiations from a wage increase of 14 percent in four years

2018/04/30 19:11:33
  • Huelga
  • Sector de construcción anuncia huelga indefinida

    Yelly Bernal

    Sin humo blanco avanza el conflicto en torno a las negociaciones entre el gobierno, sindicatos y representantes de la construcción en el país y se mantiene en pie, la huelga que ya pasa de una semana

2018/04/30 16:30:37
  • Huelga
  • Construction sector announces indefinite strike

    Yelly Bernal

    With no white smoke, the conflict over the negotiations between the government, trade unions and construction representatives in the country and the strike, going for more than a week, continues

2018/04/25 13:24:18
2018/04/25 13:20:57
  • Huelga Obrera
  • Panama Tourism warns that workers strike will delay megaprojects of 2019

    EFE

    The Amador Convention Center and Line 2 of the Metro in the Panamanian capital (under construction) could delay the completion of projects, if the workers strike staged to demand a salary increase is extended, the administrator of the Tourism Authority of Panama, Gustavo Him told Acan-Efe today

2018/04/23 15:41:28
2018/04/23 15:38:42
  • Huelga Panama
  • APEDE estimate $30 million loss in each day of strike

    Editor

    The Panamanian Association of Business Executives (APEDE), one of the most important business associations in the country, said today that Panama loses about $30 million in every day of strike staged by construction workers, which began last Wednesday to claim a salary increase

2018/04/21 20:29:47
2018/04/21 20:28:40