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November 26, 2012 
A police van reverses out of the premises of a dormitory as negotiations with striking bus drivers continue... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A police van reverses out of the premises of a dormitory as negotiations with striking bus drivers continue... 
A police van reverses out of the premises of a dormitory as negotiations with striking bus drivers continue within the building in Singapore November 26, 2012. At least 100 Chinese bus drivers in Singapore refused to go to work on Monday to protest against changes to their employment terms, media said, in a rare show of defiance in a city-state where industrial action is almost unheard of.
The drivers, employed by public transport operator SMRT Corp, were unhappy about having to switch to a six-day work-week with higher pay from a five-day week. The change meant less opportunity to earn overtime pay, the Chinese-language Lianhe Zaobao newspaper reported on its website. Also pictured on the right are Chinese foreign workers not involved in the strike. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST) 
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