SAO PAULO – General Motors do Brasil Ltda. has been unsuccessful in getting workers voluntarily to resign and says it will have to reduce its staff by 600 workers in Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo. Only 78 of 8,500 workers have offered to quit in exchange for certain benefits. GM expects 350 workers to resign. Union leaders are meeting with GM executives to discuss alternatives in an effort to ward off the dismissal of workers. The plant, which had 12,000 workers in the 1990s, can ...
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