By Denis Pinchuk ST PETERSBURG, Russia, Feb 20 (Reuters) - The management of U.S. carmaker Ford Motor Co.'s plant in Russia made a new offer to workers on Tuesday after their one-day strike over pay and conditions last week, a Ford Russia spokeswoman said. The workers at the St. Petersburg plant, one of the biggest in Russia owned by a foreign automaker, have threatened to halt production again if their demands are not met. "Management has kept the previous offer and made an additional ...
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