Assembly plants in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, reopen following a paralyzing four-day strike Nov. 13-16. A labor court there granted some 60,000 striking workers the 10% wage increase they were demanding. Automakers were offering a 6.5% pay raise. The Sao Paulo Regional Labor Tribunal also ruled that workers must be guaranteed their jobs for 90 days and be paid for the days they were on strike. Automakers are considering appealing the ruling, a move that union leaders say would be ...

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