OSLO, June 30 (Reuters) - Members of the Lederne labour
union representing Norwegian oil workers have voted against a
wage deal negotiated with oil companies, a state-appointed
mediator said on Thursday.
It was not immediately clear if Lederne's members would go
on strike as a result of the vote, or if negotiations would
The union was not available for comment when contacted by
Members of a separate union, Safe, have accepted the deal,
the mediator added.
(Reporting by Gwladys Fouche, editing by Terje Solsvik)