Workers at south Brazil car plants end four-day strike


RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Workers at the Volkswagen AG , Nissan Motor Co Ltd and Renault SA plants in southern Brazil accepted wage increase offers on Wednesday, ending a four-day strike. The Metal Workers' Union of Metropolitan Curitiba, in Parana state, said more than 5,000 union workers and subcontractors from the first shift voted to return to work and employees on other shifts were expected to follow suit. "The workers accepted the deal. They've returned to normal work," a ...

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