SAO PAULO, Brazil, March 27 (Reuters) - A metalworkers strike in Brazil's industrial hub of Sao Paulo moved into its second day on Thursday as a new wave of laborers joined in the push for higher wages to keep up with rising inflation. The Sao Paulo Metalworkers Union said at least 23,000 workers laid down their tools at 40 factories to demand a 10 percent wage increase. Within hours, however, workers went back to their jobs at at least 10 of those plants after management gave in to their ...
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