South African coal port strike ends over wage dispute

By bne IntelliNews July 21, 2010
The strike at Richards Bay CoalTerminal (RBCT) has ended with workers returning to work on Wednesday afteragreeing to a 9.5% wage increase offered by RBCT, a company official said. Awave of industrial actions has hit South Africas economy leading to aboveinflation settlements sparking inflation fears. South Africas inflation rateslowed to 4.6% in May.

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