BP's Rotterdam refinery management, union to talk on Monday

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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Unions representing workers at BP's large Rotterdam refinery said on Saturday they plan to hold talks with management on Monday, in a possible step toward resolving a pay dispute that has left the plant idled for more than a week.

In addition, spokesman Jaap Bosma of the CNV union said workers at the plant are planning to restart one facility at the refinery, Crude Distillation Unit 4 (CDU4), on Monday.

(Reporting by Toby Sterling, Editing by Louise Heavens)


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