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Apsara TV staff to strike

Apsara TV staff to strike

AROUND 200 Apsara TV employees plan to strike on February 15 to demand salary payments for the past two months that have allegedly been withheld by Solaris International, the French company that owns the station, according to a letter sent to management last Friday.

Syluom Dar, director general of Solaris, said she had not received the letter, but noted that the payments had been late.

“The payment is coming late. It does not mean we do not want to pay them,” she said. “Going on strike is not good for either side. We do not want this to happen, and we are trying to resolve the issue.”


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