Metal workers are striking at General Motors Corp., Renault SA and AB Volvo assembly plants in Brazil, demanding higher wages to compensate for rising inflation. Workers at Volkswagen AG’s Sao Jose dos Pinhais factory also are threatening to join the strike. The labor strife began April 22 when union members walked off the job at GM’s Sao Jose dos Campos facility and Renault’s Sao Jose dos Pinhais factory. Union personnel at Volvo’s truck and bus plant in Parana followed April 23. In ...
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