U.S. Charges Dropped Against Chinese Automaker in Wage Dispute


* Case had put the Warren Buffett-backed automaker in spotlight * Watchdog objects to use of yuan for wage payments * BYD agrees to pay $1,900 to resolve matter SHANGHAI, Jan 29 (Reuters) - China's BYD Co Ltd said a California labour law watchdog had dropped charges against it over wage payments in a case that had put the Warren Buffet-backed automaker's labour practices under the spotlight. BYD was accused by the California Labor Commissioner's office in October of failing to ...


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