SINDELFINGEN, Germany, March 30 (Reuters) - Around 12,000 DaimlerChrysler staff went home early on Thursday after taking part in a warning strike by German metalworkers demanding a 5 percent pay rise, a union official said. "We sent the early and normal shifts home after the warning strike" at the plant in Sindelfingen, IG Metall spokesman Kai Bliesener said. The factory makes C-Class, E-Class, CLS-Class, S-Class, CL-Class and Maybach vehicles. DaimlerChrysler policy is not to comment on ...
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