Docs won’t strike

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DESPITE their rejection of a proposal for wages and salaries from the South- West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) doctors are not expected to take industrial action as they have mandated their union, the Medical Professionals Association of Trinidad …

DESPITE their rejection of a proposal for wages and salaries from the South- West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) doctors are not expected to take industrial action as they have mandated their union, the Medical Professionals Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MPATT), to extend negotiations into the 2015 period.

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