Chilean ports ending strike, union leader says
SANTIAGO, April 5
SANTIAGO, April 5 (Reuters) - Workers at Chile's Angamos port are lifting their roughly three-week strike, and the larger work stoppage that has slammed copper, forestry and fruit exports in the world's top red metal producer will also end, a union leader told Reuters late on Friday.
Other ports in export-dependent Chile had joined the strike in the northern port of Angamos out of solidarity.
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