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PRETORIA (Reuters) - The world's top platinum producers have made a revised wage offer to South Africa's AMCU union but it falls short of its demand for a minimum "living wage" of 12,500 rand (664.25 pounds) a month, the union's chief negotiator said on Wednesday.
Jimmy Gama said the union would put the offer to its members on Thursday after the conclusion of government-brokered talks with strike-hit Anglo American Platinum, Impala Platinum and Lonmin.
(Reporting by Zandi Shabalala; Writing by Ed Stoddard; Editing by Ed Cropley)
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