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Spain Approves New Port Reform Plan "Spanish union Coordinadora believes the decree poses a threat to Spanish dockworkers"

Spain Approves New Port Reform Plan "Spanish union Coordinadora believes the decree poses a threat to Spanish dockworkers"

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The Spanish Council of Ministers approved on May 12 a new royal decree in another attempt to reform the port system in the country.

The decree will now require a majority approval in the Spanish Parliament, which is expected to be discussed on May 18.

Spain Approves New Port Reform Plan "Spanish union Coordinadora believes the decree poses a threat to Spanish dockworkers"

Spain Approves New Port Reform Plan "Spanish union Coordinadora believes the decree poses a threat to Spanish dockworkers"

http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/220022/spain-approves-new-port-ref...

The Spanish Council of Ministers approved on May 12 a new royal decree in another attempt to reform the port system in the country.

The decree will now require a majority approval in the Spanish Parliament, which is expected to be discussed on May 18.

Spanish parliament defeats government plan to deregulate hiring of dock workers

Spanish parliament defeats government plan to deregulate hiring of dock workers
https://www.thelocal.es/20170316/spanish-parliament-defeats-government-p...
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16 March 2017
14:23 CET+01:00

China 'Silk Road' project in Sri Lanka delayed as Beijing toughens stance "But Colombo's plans to sell the stake and acquire land for the industrial zone have run into stiff domestic opposition, backed by trade unions and former President Mahinda Rajapaks

China 'Silk Road' project in Sri Lanka delayed as Beijing toughens stance "But Colombo's plans to sell the stake and acquire land for the industrial zone have run into stiff domestic opposition, backed by trade unions and former President Mahinda Rajapaksa."
http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN15U2VM
Thu Feb 16, 2017 | 3:50 AM EST
Exclusive: China 'Silk Road' project in Sri Lanka delayed as Beijing toughens stance

Spanish Dockworkers to Face Massive Layoffs?

Spanish Dockworkers to Face Massive Layoffs?
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Image Courtesy: Offshore and Home Trade Seamen's Welfare Trust
At least 6,500 Spanish dockworkers could be laid off according to the recently announced plan by the country’s Minister of Public Works to reform the port system.

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