ST PETERSBURG, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Workers at U.S. carmaker Ford Motor Co.'s Russian assembly plant are staging a go-slow strike in a dispute over wages, union and company officials said on Tuesday. The factory in St Petersburg, Russia's second city, was one of the first to be opened in the country by a foreign carmaker and plans to turn out 36,000 Ford Focus models this year. It is Ford's only plant in Russia. "The go-slow strike has started. We are working strictly to rule, we are not ...
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