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Belgian union calls on strike for Proximus workers

Friday 11 January 2019 | 13:58 CET | News
Belgium's Confederation of Christian Trade Unions (CSC) is calling on Proximus workers to go on strike. The company confirmed it was going to let go of 1,900 jobs as part of a restructuring exercise. The "shift to digital" reorganisation plan will see the company cut costs by EUR 240 million by 2022 through job cuts, efficiency measures and near- or off-shoring.

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