Some 7,000 of 16,500 workers at Renault SA’s Automobile Dacia SA plant near Bucharest went on strike Feb. 21 over demands for a 23% pay hike. Romania-based Dacia is offering workers a 14% wage increase and says the strike is illegal because a 50% turnout is required by labor rules to make a strike legal. Reports say Dacia is open to negotiations but accuses some strikers of resorting to violence against employees who haven’t joined in the protest. A union representative calls the ...

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