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Grangemouth oil workers urged to end dispute

17 October 2013 Last updated at 09:01 BST

The Scottish government has urged the owners of the Grangemouth oil refinery and employees to end a dispute which has shut down the plant.

The company, Ineos, has refused to re-open the site despite the decision of the Unite union to call off a strike planned for Sunday.

Today management will try to persuade staff to back a plan to bring the refinery back to profit.

James Cook reports.

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