ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigerian unions suspended strikes and protests for the weekend Friday while talks take place between union leaders and government over the scrapping of a popular fuel subsidy, but warned of more industrial action if there was no resolution. Domestic airports would reopen to allow union leaders to fly to the capital of Africa's biggest crude oil producer to hold delicate talks ...
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Added January 13, 2012
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