SAfrica autoworkers, employers in deal to end strike


JOHANNESBURG, Aug 20 (Reuters) - South African automobile manufacturers and a union representing thousands of auto workers have reached a deal on wages, ending a costly eight-day strike in the country's car industry, employers' body AMEO said on Friday. The Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation said it and union Numsa signed a wage agreement on Friday. The three-year deal will see workers getting a 10 percent increase this year, and 9 percent in the next two years. (Reporting by ...

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