Workers at the PSA Peugeot Citroen Ryton, U.K., plant are striking over a pay dispute. Some 3,500 production line employees walked off the job Feb. 13 for a 36-hour strike because they disagreed with Peugeot’s offer of a 7.3% wage hike over a 2-year period. A spokesman for one of the unions representing the workers told the Financial Times the offer was closer to 6.3% when pension contributions were deducted. Workers want a raise in line with the recent 7% hike awarded nearby Jaguar Cars ...
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