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Strike shuts Libya's key oil refinery

Jan 28 2013 19:54
Reuters

London - Libya's main oil refinery, Ras Lanuf, remained offline on Monday due a workers' strike, after the 220 000 barrels per day plant was shut down last week due to a technical fault, traders said.

A note was sent to clients in the afternoon to say that employees were not planning on returning to work until their demands were met; these included overtime pay and equal salaries for locals and foreign workers.

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