BRUSSELS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Workers at the Brussels plant of German car maker Volkswagen went on a 24-hour strike on Friday to protest against the Belgian government's plans to raise the early retirement age. The strike was in response to a call by the country's metal workers union to stop work for a day. Other parts of the country had not reported major disruptions. The plant's management deplored the strike, saying a political issue at the national level should not impinge on the ...
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