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Iranian workers win their wages back

After almost 8 months of bitter dispute, the workers at the Haft Tapeh sugar complex in Shush, Iran, have managed to secure the payment in full of their wage arrears, dating back to July 2017. The tipping point in this struggle was the threat by the workers earlier this month to take over the complex from management. While getting their wages paid, there are a number of other outstanding issues. These include that daily contract workers also be paid the wages owed to them and that management recognise their union, which the workers formed in 2008.

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