Workers in the purchasing department at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Sunderland, U.K., assembly plant approve possible strike action at the facility by way of a 75% majority vote. A walkout would mark the first time Nissan has experienced a work stoppage at the plant. The vote was taken after Nissan and the U.K.’s Amicus trade union failed to reach an agreement on the relocation of the employees to another facility in Bedfordshire, U.K., more than 240 miles (386 km) outside Sunderland. ...

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