PAKISTAN: Faisalabad strikes end after wages are settled
Textile plants in Faisalabad have resumed work after 12 days of closure over wage disputes with workers.
District and the City Administration held a detailed meeting with plant owners and the workers unions, where both sides agreed to return to work.
A wage agreement in the area will be settled with mutual understanding within one weak, after workers demanded they were in line with the country's labour laws.
By Ahmed Abdullah.
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