SAO PAULO, Brazil, March 25 (Reuters) - Workers at Ford Motor Co's plant in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia returned to work on Tuesday after a wage deal at a regional labor court ended a three-day strike over salaries. Aurino Pedreira do Nascimento Filho, president of the Bahian Metalworkers Union, said the strike at the 4,700-worker Camacari plant had stopped production of between 1,800 and 2,000 of the Fiesta and new EcoSport models. Ford declined comment on lost output, but ...
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