More than 75 union leaders from the LATAM Airlines Group in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil and Paraguay are meeting in Santiago to support striking LAN Express maintenance and ground operations staff. The workers, represented by Chile’s trade union confederation the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores, have been on strike since April 9 after rejecting an almost zero wage increase offered by LATAM. The union leaders—representing more than 50,000 mechanics, pilots, ...

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