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Esa-Jukkka Kaar, vice president of the FFIF, echoed these sentiments when he pointed out that the deal represents more than just details about shift patterns and pay scales.
But Kaar of the FFIF, at least, believes that the outcome of the dispute could actually do more to secure Finnish paper jobs.
According to the FFIF, the strikes in the Spring caused 300,000 metric tons of lost production, corresponding to some [euro]40 million per day.
the quicker the terms of employment can be agreed, the more both employers and employees will benefit." On May 17, the FFIF announced that it may consider extending the lockout an extra two weeks, until mid-June.
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