PRAGUE, May 31 (Reuters) - Trade unions at the biggest Czech steel maker Ispat Nova Hut called a one-day strike for June 11 to support wage demands, the unions said on Monday. They are demanding a 10 percent increase in 2004 monthly wages from last year's average of 22,700 crowns ($876), while the management is proposing a three percent hike. "We will do everything to halt the company," Nova Hut trade union official Vladimir Dragon told Reuters. Nova Hut spokesman Ivo Celechovsky ...
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