DaimlerChrysler AG and union members at the company’s Sindelfingen, Germany, plant reach an agreement to end weeks of labor strife that has caused walkouts and loss of production at Mercedes-Benz’s main plant.(See related story: DC German workers Walk Off Job) Both sides agree to cost reductions at the plant valued at €500 million ($612 million), most of which will take root in 2007, when the next generation C-Class will roll off the line at the Sindelfingen plant. Additionally, DC ...
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