Greek Petroleum Workers Strike Against Government Measures

Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) — Greek petroleum refinery workers called an indefinite strike beginning today to oppose government plans to cut wages and change work rules.

“This will be a struggle for as long as is necessary,” the Athens-based Panhellenic Federation of Employees in Petroleum Products and Refineries said in a statement on its website. “The government wants to dissolve unions.”

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