Uncertainty still dogs Spain stevedore legislation

Íñigo de la Serna continues to assure all those concerned that new regulations governing stevedoring will be in place before the summer Photo: PiConsti/flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0

In Spain, the stevedoring association Anesco has written to the Ministerio de Fomento, or Ministry of Public Works, to register its concern given uncertainty over existing legislation that will come about as of May 14, which is when both local and national collective bargaining agreements could begin to partially unravel.

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