By Todd Benson SAO PAULO, Brazil, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Metalworkers at a truck factory in Brazil owned by Sweden's Scania went back to work on Thursday after winning a pay raise, putting an end to a one-day strike, company and union officials said. But thousands of other workers at factories belonging to German auto makers Volkswagen AG and DaimlerChrysler AG stayed home for the second straight day, paralyzing the VW plant and slowing production of Mercedes-Benz trucks at the Daimler unit. ...
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