Taiwan’s Eva Air has failed to come to terms with union representatives of striking flight attendants over the weekend. Talks will continue on Tuesday (July 2).Among the issues, cited as the cause for the negotiations breaking down, was the carrier’s refusal to withdraw punitive measures against flight attendants, according to a statement issued by the company. The strike action began on June 20 and involves more than 2,300 workers. The cancellation of 392 flights between June 20 and 28 caused revenue losses of NT$1.75 billion ($56 million), the company said late Friday in a statement to the Taiwan stock exchange.

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