Yemen central bank staff prepare to strike over pay

Staff at the Central Bank of Yemen are planning to strike if management does not agree to its set of demands for improved compensation packages.

The central bank looks set to become the next victim of an increased trend for organised labour to flex its muscles in Yemen, following strikes at oil companies in the country and even at the biggest hospital in the country's capital, Sanaa.

By law, employees of the central bank are banned from striking as their work is considered vital – in the same

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