BMW Freezes South African Production, Cites "Unstable" Labor Environment

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* Workers reached three-year wage deal on Sunday * Toyota, BMW see full production this week * Financial impact on automakers still unknown By Wendell Roelf CAPE TOWN, Oct 7 (Reuters) - BMW said on Monday the labour situation in South Africa remained "inherently unstable" and it had no plans to reverse a freeze on expansion, even after car parts makers ended a four-week strike. Car makers told Reuters they were hoping to return to full production later this week, after ...

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