Denso China plant returns to full operation -worker


HONG KONG, June 25 (Reuters) - A Chinese parts plant of Japan's Denso Corp , a parts maker affiliated with Toyota Motor Corp , returned to full production on Friday as workers believe they will reach an agreement with management in a meeting later in the day, a worker said. "All of us have returned to work today," the worker involved in leading the strike told Reuters in a telephone interview. "The government is backing us and we are confident we can reach an agreement with the company." ...

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