General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. resumes operations its Rayong plant after settling a 10-day strike over bonus pay. The strike began when several-hundred of the 800 members of the Workers Union of GM demanded a 5-month bonus and more freedom for the union to organize protests. The company offered a 1-month bonus. The Nation newspaper says a company statement does not provide details of the settlement. A company spokesperson is quoted as saying both sides agreed to meet half way to reach a ...

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