Coal workers accept wage offer by Colombia's Cerrejon -union
BOGOTA, March 7
BOGOTA, March 7 (Reuters) - The majority of workers at Colombia's biggest coal exporter, Cerrejon, have accepted a compensation offer by the company, the union said on Thursday, paving the way to an end to the nearly month-long strike.
The two sides are currently drawing up a final document to be signed later, union President Igor Diaz said.
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