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South Korean Workers Threaten to Stop Working If Debt Continues to Go Unpaid

According to a statement by the second governor's deputy Ali al-Mayali, the company threatened to fire all the workers in the refinery.

Karbala/ Iraq TradeLink: Karbala local sources reported that the South Korean consortium, headed by Hyundai Company,  stopped its works in the refinery and gave an ultimatum till 10 April, 2017 to get its financial allocations from the Iraqi government.

According to a statement by the second governor's deputy Ali al-Mayali, the company threatened to fire all the workers in the refinery.

A 4-hour meeting was held with the company, where it was proposed to form a joint committee to negotiate Premier Haidar al-Ibadi to pay the company before the end of the ultimatum.


There are 27.000 workers, including 2000 engineers working in this project.
Source: Iraq TradeLink

 

 


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