General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. closes its assembly plant after failing to settle a pay dispute with union workers. About half of the 1,700 workers at the Rayong facility belong to the union. Several- hundred members walked off the job Monday, demanding a 5-month bonus payment and other considerations. The company is offering a 1-month bonus payment. GM halted production after receiving a strike notice from the union to ensure the safety and security of employees and property, a ...

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