BUCHAREST, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Romanian car maker Dacia, majority owned by France's Renault , averted a general strike on Monday when workers accepted by a 20 percent pay rise. Workers had demanded a 26 percent increase. "We reached a deal with the board for a pay rise of a little above 20 percent and the conflict is closed," Ion Iordache, trade union leader, told private television Antena 3. Dacia said in a statement the conflict was closed and that it approved plans to raise wages ...
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