BRUSSELS, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Workers at Ford Motor Co's plant in Belgium have gone on strike, chiefly over higher wage claims, and a mediator is seeking to bridge differences between unions and management, a union official said on Friday. "The workers downed tools at around 5.30 yesterday afternoon. They are seeking a pay rise, fixed contracts for temporary employees and want the issue of work pressure addressed," said Ludo Copermans, a senior official of the ACV-CSC union. The plant had ...
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