Rail strikes in Netherlands cancelled as parties find common ground
The strikes that were supposed to be held by rail workers in the Netherlands this week have been cancelled, because trade union FNV Spoor and ProRail have negotiated a new collective labor agreement. The members of the trade union still have to agree to this, but on Thursday rail operations run as normal. This is to the relieve of rail freight operators, who feared a week of disturbances.
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