13.09.2019
Colombian trade union Sintrainagro yesterday concluded negotiations with banana producers Augura, which will see 22,000 plantation workers receive an above inflation pay deal in the the world’s fourth-largest banana exporting country.   With inflation currently at 3.75%, and predicted to drop to 3.30% next year, the workers will receive an effective pay increase of 5.5% in the first year of the two year pay deal,... Read more...
In January this year tropical fruit producer Dole closed its maintenance workshop in port of Limón, Costa Rica, laying off 240 workers. But in a welcome move in an area of high unemployment, the Read more...
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