BUCHAREST, Feb 26 (Reuters) - A Romanian court has suspended a pay strike at carmaker Dacia , owned by France's Renault SA , after reports of violence during the industrial action, an official said on Wednesday. Thousands of workers at the plant near the town of Pitesti, northwest of the capital Bucharest, launched an indefinite pay strike last Friday, bringing production to a halt. "The court ruled to suspend the strike for two weeks following some physical aggression by strikers ...
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