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Executive pay hikes set to spark labour discord

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Executive pay hikes set to spark labour discord

By Terry Bell
From Business Report

Trade union demands for wage rises of 15 percent and more are likely to become increasingly strident from today. And it may become much more difficult for employers to continue to try to hold wage increases to barely double digits or below.

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