Strike looms at Clark airport

CLARK FREEPORT --- The employees' union of Clark International Airport is set to file its strike vote result on Monday and freeze work there within seven days. The state-owned Clark International Airport Corp. (Ciac) showed "no serious interest in settling the labor dispute" during negotiations held on Jan. 15. The negotiations took place after the Samahan ng mga Manggagawa sa Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (SMD) conducted a Jan. 8 strike referendum, a union statement said. At least 158 union members voted to go on strike, while 13 voted "no" and three other members abstained. Dennis Lumanlan, union president, said the referendum results would be filed in the Na...

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