Members of the U.K.-based Amicus trade union at Land Rover’s Solihull plant approve action to strike against the auto maker. Sixty percent voted to approve the strike, but plans are to stop working overtime beginning on Monday rather than hold a full-fledged walkout. Union members are upset over Land Rover’s offer to boost salaries at the plant by only 6.5% over the next two years. Union officials say the pay offer fails to give Land Rover workers parity with their colleagues at Jaguar. ...
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