Metal workers at Renault SA’s Sao Jose dos Pinhais facility in Brazil are returning to work after a 4-day strike. About 2,500 workers received a bonus from Renault of BR500 ($166) that will be given on May 30 to adjust for high inflation. Renault also eventually will shorten the workweek from 42 hours to 40 hours without cutting pay at the plant. Meanwhile, workers at General Motors Corp.’s San Jose dos Campos plant still are striking. Some 10,000 employees have been on strike since ...
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