LISBON, June 25 (Reuters) - Workers at a General Motors Opel plant have signed a three-year labour contract, ending a six-month impasse, Publico newspaper reported on Saturday. The plant at Azambuja, about 50 km (30 miles) northeast of Lisbon, has about 1,200 workers and was the last GM factory in Europe without a labour contract, the daily said. The three-year agreement calls in part for wage rises limited by inflation, which is similar to increases at other GM plants. The accord also ...
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