Norwegian offshore strikes are over

A major offshore strike in Norway ceased Thursday afternoon, after a solution was reached between Norwegian Shipowner's Association and a union.

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An industrial clash in Norway has come to a close after 1,550 rig workers across 28 different installations carried out strikes last week in connection with salary and pension issues.

The Norwegian Shipowner's Association announced Thursday that the strikes had ended after a solution was negotiated with worker's union Safe.

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