The Amicus union suspends the planned strike to take place at PSA Peugeot Citroen’s Ryton, U.K. plant. The strike was to begin March 7 and last four days, covering four shifts, but last minute talks proved successful. Amicus says workers now will receive improvements from Peugeot in bonus payments and employee contributions to pension plans. The offer still is subject to union members approval.
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