Renault SA is trying to avert a strike at its Automobile Dacia SA plant in Mioveni, Romania. The French auto maker reportedly is talking with trade unions that represent 90% of the plant’s 16,400 workers. The trade unions have threatened to strike soon if demands for a 23.3% wage increase aren’t met. A spokesman for Dacia says new talks between Renault and the unions will begin Feb. 3 and an offer of a 14% wage increase in line with Romanian inflation will be put on the table.
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