Brazil auto workers vote to strike


BRASILIA, Brazil, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Thousands of Brazilian metalworkers at Volkswagen AG , Ford Motor Co. and other vehicle plants voted to strike on Tuesday after rejecting a pay deal from an industry recovering from weak sales and layoffs. Brazil's powerful ABC Metalworkers union said up to 32,000 workers would take part in strikes at Volkswagen, Ford and Scania plants on Wednesday and also disrupt work at a Mercedes Benz factory. "Tomorrow Volkswagen, Scania and Ford plants will be ...

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