SAO PAULO, Brazil, April 28 (Reuters) - Some 2,500 metalworkers at a Renault auto factory in southern Brazil went back to work on Monday, ending a four-day strike after winning a bonus to compensate for high inflation. A union spokeswoman said the French automaker agreed to pay employees at its Sao Jose dos Pinhais factory in Parana state a one-time bonus of 500 reais ($166) to be disbursed on May 30. Renault also agreed to gradually reduce the work week without a pay cut at the factory ...
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