An agreement is being worked on between the Ministries of Labor in Honduras and Panama to allow the entry of 4,000 specialist construction workers.
The initiative was welcomed by the National Association of Manufacturers and the Honduran Chamber of the Construction Industry.
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From KGW in Portland:
The first new export grain terminal built in the United States in 25 years held a grand opening celebration Monday.
EGT welcomed dignitaries to its $200-million facility to officially acknowledge its opening, although EGT has already exported more than a million tons of grain since the first ship docked there in [...]
BHP Billiton has launched legal action against the Maritime Union of Australia for $7 million the mining giant claims was lost through a four hour “illegal” strike at a major iron ore port in the Pilbara.
BHP Billiton filed a writ on the MUA and its West Australian assistant branch secretary William Tracey on June [...]