ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Ford production resumed at a factory in the Leningrad region of Russia on Wednesday despite picketing by labour unions, who have been striking since Nov. 20, a Ford spokeswoman said. "Production has resumed," Yekaterina Kulinenko told Reuters. The factory will operate one shift per day using workers not taking part in the strike, Kulinenko said. Out of 2,000 workers, 1,300 were prepared to work, she said. The workers went on strike eight days ...
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