ST PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Workers at U.S. Ford Motor Co's car plant in Russia resumed their strike over higher wages on Tuesday after a two-week break, a senior trade union official said. Workers halted the production line at the biggest foreign-owned car assembling factory in Russia on Nov. 7, but returned to work after the strike was halted by a court, which ordered the union to postpone further action until Nov. 20. "We've made up our mind to stay on strike until our ...
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