TEHRAN (FNA)- Two of Spain's biggest banks were meeting with labor unions Wednesday to discuss massive layoffs, hours ahead of protests by bank workers.


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Officials of Bankia met unions to negotiate shedding some 6,000 staff after calls for evening protests in Madrid and six other cities, RT reported.

Santander, Spain's biggest bank, was also to discuss with unions restructuring following its absorption of sister bank Banesto. Unions fear the plan could affect some 3,000 workers.