SAO PAULO, Brazil, March 28 (Reuters) - Metalworkers in Brazil's industrial hub of Sao Paulo agreed on Friday to suspend their three-day strike at auto parts companies but will continue to boycott work at 23 other factories next week. The Sao Paulo Metalworkers Union said it had reached 84 independent deals with companies since the start of the strike on Wednesday, and that it will suspend work stoppages at auto parts factories next week as it starts talks with the Auto Parts Association, ...
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