Norway's biggest strike since the 1980s threatens production of Volvo, Saab, BMW and Porsche models. More than 80,000 Norwegian workers have shut down parts factories over a wage and vacation dispute, including Raufoss ASA and Hydro Automotive, as well as ferries and trucks that transport the parts. A BMW AG spokesman says if the strike isn't settled by Monday, May 8, BMW will close one plant on Wednesday and others on Thursday. The strike could impact factories in Germany belonging to ...
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