Strike in Middle East’s largest textile factory ended after reprisal fears

Around 3,000 workers at Egypt’s Mahalla Textile and Weaving Company reportedly started a strike on February 7, hoping to get he support of  the other 12,000 workers at the complex – often claimed to be the biggest apparel and textile plant in Africa and the Middle East.

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