SAO PAULO, Brazil, April 29 (Reuters) - Some 10,000 workers at a General Motors Corp. auto plant in Brazil went back to work on Tuesday, ending a five-day strike as talks on a pay raise continued, company and union officials said. A GM spokesman said production at its Sao Jose dos Campos factory in Sao Paulo state resumed early on Tuesday, though the company had yet to settle a salary dispute with the plant's employees. Workers at the factory walked off the job last Tuesday to demand a ...
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