NEW YORK, June 28 (Reuters) - A strike at an Ingersoll-Rand Plc manufacturing plant in China has ended after three days, and the facility has resumed production, the company said on Monday. A three-day work stoppage at the plant, which makes commercial air conditioning systems for the Asia-Pacific region, was resolved, and employees returned to work on Saturday, Ingersoll said in a statement e-mailed to Reuters. It was not immediately clear what issues led to the work stoppage. ...
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