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GWU ‘yes’ to wage freeze at Air Malta

Insists however that the proposed freeze must apply to all categories

Karl Stagno-Navarra

The General Workers Union said yesterday that it was prepared to accept a wage freeze on salaries at Air Malta given the dire financial situation at the national airline, however it stressed that this “freeze” must apply to all categories. >>

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