Representatives from a U.K. manufacturing union met with PSA Peugeot Citroen officials Feb. 17 to discuss bettering pay and pensions at Peugeot’s Ryton, U.K. plant, which builds the Peugeot 206 model and where a 36-hour strike was staged last week. Amicus union representatives are pressuring Peugeot to improve its offer of a 2-year contract that would set wages below the industry average and require a permanent 1% hike in employee contributions to pension funds. Union representatives say ...
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