(Adds workers voting to end strike) BRUSSELS, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co's plant in Belgium resumed production on Monday after workers voted to accept a provisional deal between union and management and to end their strike. Some 70 percent of the workers accepted the agreement struck in the early hours of Monday for two one-off pay hikes of 500 euros gross, the offering of fixed contracts to 200 temporary staff and an easing of pressure with extra workers in one area. "Production ...
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