Striking dock workers have caused production cuts at General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG plant in Antwerp, Belgium. Instead of the usual 1,600-unit daily output, only 400 vehicles were produced June 7, an Opel official tells Reuters. The strike is unrelated to Opel, but the plant is in the middle of the harbor where the dock is located and workers were unable to get to their jobs because of blockades. Dock workers are protesting against dockyard liberalization, the official says. Full ...
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