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Striking workers at Remy Cointreau's Remy Martin Cognac production facilities have voted to return to work after obtaining wage rises, it was reported today.

The industrial action involved around 90% of employees at two sites in Merpins, which produce brands across the entire range of Remy Martin Cognacs. The strikers were demanding a pay rise of €150 a month. It was unclear from the local reports whether Remy had met the strikers full demands.

Remy Cointreau had feared that the strikes were close to disrupting Cognac supplies to clients.


Sectors: Spirits

Companies: Cointreau

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