May 9: United Steelworkers union members at nine Rexam beverage can plants in the US returned to work this week after a five-year contract was approved at the weekend.
The strike that started on April 11 is estimated to have cost Rexam £15 million (US$30m). Rexam is the world’s largest manufacturer of beverage cans and runs 16 plants in the US.

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