VANCOUVER, British Columbia , Jan 31 (Reuters) - Hours before a strike or lock-out threatened to shut down one of the world's biggest nickel processing sites, Falconbridge Ltd. on Saturday handed unionized workers at its Sudbury, Ontario operation a revised contract offer, a company spokesman said. "We presented a revised offer this morning. The union is revising it and we are waiting for them to get back to us," Falconbridge spokesman Dale Coffin said. Hemi Mitic of the Canadian Auto ...
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