Strike paralyzes Brazil Ford plant for second day


SAO PAULO, Brazil, March 21 (Reuters) - Production at Ford Motor Co's plant in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia was paralyzed for a second day on Friday due to a strike over wages, the U.S. car giant and local union said. Aurino Pedreira do Nascimento Filho, president of the Bahian Metalworkers Union, said the Camacari plant's 4,700 workers planned to meet at the factory gates on Monday to decide whether to return to work. The union would try to thrash out a deal with Ford by ...

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