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Wednesday, 11 July 2018 15:32

Unions Say No To Privatisation Of Ports

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General Secretary of the National Trade Union Centre, Michael Annisette, has said 'No' to any privatisation of this country's ports.

He expressed his concern about the possibility of privatisation of the ports at the start of a meeting between the International Transport Workers Federation and Caribbean Labour Unions at the Kapok Hotel in Port of Spain.

Ian Wason has more.

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