Strike brings more disruption to Chilean salmon plants

(11/14/19)

Some salmon processing plants in Chile were closed again earlier this week during a one-day general strike against widening levels of inequality in the country.

Salmon plants in Quellón, the processing hub on the island of Chiloé, and in the port town of Calbuco on the mainland, have been closed intermittently because of civil unrest, but appeared to be getting back to normal last week.

On Tuesday, however, managers at several plants in Quellón decided to suspend operations ahead of............................................................


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