LISBON, May 27 (Reuters) - A one-day strike over pay shut down a General Motor's Opel plant in Portugal on Friday, a factory spokesman said. Workers' adherence to the stoppage "is enough to shut the plant" at Azambuja, Portugal's second-biggest car factory, spokesman Miguel Tome said. The 1,200 workers at the site about 50 km (30 miles) northeast of Lisbon builds some 320 Opel Combo light transporters a day. The strike comes amid stalled pay talks. GM is offering a pay increase equal ...
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