Gabon oil workers start 15-day strike at Total facilities | Top News


LIBREVILLE (Reuters) – Gabon oil workers’ union ONEP launched a 15-day strike at the facilities of French oil producer Total on Monday after its demands for higher salaries and other issues were not met, the union said in a statement.

“The 15-day strike will affect all installations operated by Total Gabon’s employees as of Monday July 9th,” the ONEP statement said.

Reporting by Gerauds Wilfried Obangome; writing by Sofia Christensen; editing by Jason Neely



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