Workers at PSA Peugeot Citroen’s Ryton, U.K., plant have approved by a two-to-one margin a new pay plan offered by the auto maker. A representative for the Transport and General Workers Union tells Reuters that union members voted in favor of the improved pay offer and the dispute is resolved. Workers had walked out for four days in February demanding wage improvements and suspended a second strike a week ago to consider the new plan by Peugeot (see related story: Unions Suspend Strike ...
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