BUCHAREST, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Romanian carmaker Dacia , owned by Renault of France, said on Thursday it was in talks with trade unions to avert a strike at its plant. Unions representing 90 percent of the plant's 16,400 staff have threatened a strike in coming weeks if Renault fails to increase wages by 23.3 percent by the end of the year. "Fresh talks will start next Monday. Dacia's management will propose to trade unionists a 14 percent wage hike in line with inflation," spokesman ...
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