CRAIOVA, Romania, March 24 (Reuters) - Thousands of workers at Renault's Romanian car maker Dacia went on strike on Monday to demand average pay rises of 65 percent this year, halting production at the plant. Dacia's management have offered 19 percent pay increases. "No car has left the assembly lines since we started the strike at 7 a.m.," Ion Iordache, a leader at the Dacia trade union told Reuters. "No car will be produced if the management does not agree with our demands." The ...
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