The Escondida mine union approves the company’s latest offer and avoids strike

Supervisors at the Chilean mine Escondida approved a collective contract offer that ends the risk of a strike at the world’s largest copper deposit. In a close vote following an extension of the negotiations, the proposal for the field controlled by the multinational BHP obtained 58.41% of the 719 votes cast, according to figures sent to Reuters.

Source: EMOL