By Denis Pinchik ST PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Workers at a Russian assembly plant run by U.S. carmaker Ford Motor Co. stopped their week-long go-slow on Monday, but labour union officials said action may resume if pay demands were not met. The plant 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. "We've started working ...
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