CARACAS, Venezuela, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Workers at Venezuela's Sidor, the Andean region's largest steel maker, went on strike for eight hours on Monday in the latest in a string of protests over bonus payments. Workers at the plant, Venezuela's biggest exporter located in southeastern Bolivar State, went on strike from 3 p.m until 8 p.m. (1900-2400 GMT) after union officials stopped workers starting a late shift, a company representative said. "They have stopped the shift entering at 3 ...
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