Tnuva workers begin sanctions, demand share of Chinese wealth
Union wants half a year’s salary for each employee; supermarkets preparing for possible shortages for Shavuot holiday.
Workers at Tnuva, Israel’s largest food manufacturer that was sold last week to a Chinese government-owned company, have launched labor sanctions. They are also threatening to toughen these sanctions if the management of Britain’s Apax Partners private equity fund — the owners that sold Tnuva to the Chinese — do not reach an agreement with the union on the size of the bonuses...
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