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Unions end fuel strike
  No deal at Nigeria strike talks


year 2012 Top ^

Jan.14
  Talks between the government and trade union leaders have failed to reach a compromise over the removal of fuel subsidies


year 2007 Top ^

Jun.23
  Trade unions have called off their general strike over a rise in oil prices, after talks with government officials



year 2004 Top ^

Oct.10
  A 4-day general strike. More strikes would follow if a 25% increase was not reversed
Oct.9   Strike ends, more planned
  A two-day warning walkout at Royal Dutch Shell Group was due to end without disrupting supplies
Jun.11   Unions suspend strike  Labor groups representing millions of workers abandoned a crippling 3-day general strike Jun.9   Strike over fuel prices  Labor unions have gone on strike, after talks broke off between union leaders and government officials

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.7 Fires, unrest in strike
Map of Lagos Nigeria  General strike over petrol prices entered its second week with fires lit on streets in Lagos Jul.4 Unions: strike talks fail  Trade unions would meet to decide whether to press on with a general strike Mar.14 Unions threaten strike  Main trade union body would call an indefinite general strike if the government failed to implement a 12.5% pay rise Feb.15 Oil workers strike  An indefinite strike over pay and working conditions could shut down crude exports

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.24 Rival tribes jostle for oil jobs in Delta   Nigeria Delta: Competition over oil money fueled the ethnic violence that has shattered villages across southeast Niger Delta Jan.16 General strike
  The strike has paralysed most of the main cities and brought commercial life to a standstill. Offices have shut down


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