JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – South Africa's National Union of Metalworkers (NUMSA), which yesterday announced a 3-year labor pact with auto makers here, says it would have opposed any move by DaimlerChrysler AG to shift production of its Mercedes C-Class to South Africa. Mercedes C-Class The union’s position is in solidarity with its German counterparts. A NUMSA spokesman says the union is a signatory to the International Metalworkers Federation agreement not to allow employers to pay ...
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