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By Enrique Munita L, Munita & Olavarría
On 29 December 2014, the Chilean government presented a bill to Congress to reform major aspects of Chile’s industrial relations system, seeking important amendments to the current regulation related to collective bargaining procedure and unions. Due to the calibre of such amendments, this is the deepest reform in Chile in recent years.
The WWL 2016 pro bono survey deadline is Friday 2 September 2016. The following survey is open to all law firms from all jurisdictions.
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