BUCHAREST, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Thousands of workers went on strike on Friday at Romania's car maker Dacia , owned by France's Renault SA , to press demands for higher pay. Marin Anghel, vice president of the plant's trade union, told Reuters some 7,000 of the plant's 16,500 workers joined the indefinite walkout to demand a 23 percent wage increase. One of Romania's biggest enterprises, the plant near the town of Pitesti northwest of Bucharest produces about 70,000 cars a year. Management, ...
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