According to Ahram Online (via NYT), the first worker strike at the uber-important Suez canal have gone on strike. 6,000 workers are sitting in. Specifically they are opposing weak pay and bad conditions.
So far there's been no disruptions. That doesn't mean there won't be.
Tuesday, February 08, 2011
Business Insider picks up a story from Ahram Online:
Posted by Tundra Kat at 12:07 PM