Sinopacific resolves worker salary dispute

Sinopacific resolves worker salary dispute

Sinopacific Shipbuilding has announced that it has resolved an ongoing salary dispute with workers who started a protest at its subsidiary yard Dayang Shipbuilding last week.

Sinopacific said it has no financial difficulties in paying salaries and that salaries were delayed due to an internal restructuring which slowed down the fund approval process.

The yard said it has always protected the interest of its workers and will strengthen communications with them in order to avoid any future misunderstandings.

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