SAO PAULO — Workers here returned to their jobs in late November after a four-day strike halted production in Brazil's largest auto-making state. The strike was settled only after the state's labor court imposed a 10% wage hike on the industry. The court said recent profits generated from increased output justified the pay increase. During the strike, OEMs lost production of at least 13,500 vehicles, according to Anfavea, Brazil's association of automakers. Some 60,000 workers at Ford ...

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