BUCHAREST, March 20 (Reuters) - Thousands of workers at Romanian car maker Dacia, owned by France's Renault , will strike to press their demand for a 50 percent pay rise, the union said on Thursday. "Negotiations with the management have failed, our strike involving more than 80 percent of the 13,000 workers will begin on March 24. Production will stop," Ion Iordache, a leader at the Dacia trade union told Reuters. He said Dacia workers earn around 1,070 lei ($445) as basic salary on ...
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