DENMARK: Carlsberg workers end strike over pay
Carlsberg has secured a swift end to a strike by workers in its native Denmark.
Around 900 Carlsberg workers in brewing and logistics across Denmark went on strike on Friday (22 January).
A spokesperson for the brewer told just-drinks that workers were upset that there would be no pay rises in upcoming negotiations on contracts.
The strike stopped this morning (25 January), said the spokesperon.
He said that there is no new deal between Carlsberg and the workers, but that talks on contracts will begin within two months.
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