CAPAC garners support from the business sector

Labor

The maximum representatives of the main business associations staged this Monday, April 23 their support to the Panamanian Chamber of Construction (Capac), in the development of the negotiation of the collective agreement that will govern the working conditions of the industry between 2018 and 2021.The presidents of the National Council of Private Enterprise , the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama , the Panamanian Association of Executives and the Trade Union of Industrialists of Panama , among others, endorsed the position of the Capac, manifested by its president, Héctor Ortega

The representative of the union said that collective agreements have been negotiated for 40 years and that an agreement has always been reached.

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